Fombuena

Small town nestled in the top of a hill, notable for its abundance of springs, origin of the name of the town. Among these sources highlights the combination of the Source El Espino pointed arch shaped (XVI) and laundry.

Located in the vicinity of Santa Catalina Cabezo has found a significant accumulation of fossils of great scientific interest, being an international benchmark.

Around Fombuena found remains of several Iberian settlements and close to these, we can visit a natural area of ​​great value: the famous Stone Tormo, a huge block of quartzite which is perched an oak.

We emphasize the church dedicated to Our Lady of the Assumption, seventeenth century, with beautiful baroque interior altarpieces of the same period and peirones of San Anton, San Gervasior and San Protasio.

Strolling discover many interesting places such as: old coal and lime kilns, large tracts of oaks, poplars, peirones ancient, ancient mines, etc.. It was key place the Civil War in our region, in the dispute Belchite and Battle of Aragon. Fruit of the role played by the municipality in the war have been remnants of the people around the trenches and other vestiges of that era.

Escudos
Detalle de casa
Ciclista
Iglesia dedicada a Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
Iglesia dedicada a Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
Paisaje
Piedra del Tormo
Iglesia dedicada a Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
Detalle de casa
Detalle de casa

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