Photographer's Note

Cebrecos is a very nice village close to Cocoland and has a beautiful church and wonderful natural landscapes. Their people is also very kind and this little village is, somehow, the history of Castile.
It has a great past. There was people before Roman conquered this place and after romans and visigods there were muslims, but only for a short time.
Then, when Christians came back there was its first great moment: the 11-12th century. This moment was the first great moment of Castile and never they reached that same level.
Two centuries later there was another good moment for its History (and, believe me, its church "speaks" in the same way). Castile was rich but the people who was there was very poor (15 and 16th century). After these centuries the History of Castile and the history of these villages has gone down and finally the future of these village is very dark and the future of Castile too.

Finally also there has been a third great moment for the History of Castile. Somehow is the shortest but also is the only "eternal": Antonio Machado.
And villages like this one, sure, would have inspired him.

I hope you like it.

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Additional Photos by carlos serrano (coco) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5177 W: 140 N: 6388] (30439)
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