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Just six short miles from Baeza lies Ubeda, seen across the valley and perched upon a high bluff. The two towns had similar good fortunes as well patronised centres along the frontier between the Moors in Granada and the warring Christians to the north. 591 palabras más

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The bigger brother of the olive province towns

It is only
a short drive to get from Baeza to Ubeda which is the bigger of the two amazing
old towns in the Jaen province. 294 palabras más


The small town in the olive province

We head up
north from Granada. Driving through the Jaen province it quickly become clear
why this province is so famous for its olive oil. It looks like every three in… 354 palabras más


DAY 26: Ubeda and On to Toledo

If I have seen one olive tree in Spain, I have seen 1 million. It is impossible to believe the Spanish had the resources to pick the olives that the trees must generate.

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Baeza, Spain

Like its twin Ubeda, Baeza is UNESCO World Heritage listed town and similarly boasts  many impressive Renaissance buildings. Though it has a distant past as a Muslim town, it was redeveloped so much by later patrons that there is no evidence to the casual observor of this. 200 palabras más