Spain The Windmills of Consuegra

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Wayne & Lyn Liebelt

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Stretched out along the top of Cerro Calderico ridge above the village of Consuegra, are 12 windmills (Molinos) dating from the 16th century. These iconic towers are believed to be the windmills described by Miguel de Cervantes in his famous novel Don Quixote. Each of the windmills has a unique name taken from the novel.

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