Sierra Morena


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Sierra Morena

(Spanish ˈsjɛrra moˈrena)
n
(Placename) (functioning as singular) a mountain range in SW Spain, between the Guadiana and Guadalquivir Rivers. Highest peak: Estrella, 1299 m (4262 ft)
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Tenders are invited for sale, by auction, of game meats (deer and fallow deer) from selective management fleets in the coto navas berrocal (sevilla) and sierramorena preserves (jan), as well as deer antler in sierra morena (jan) hunting season 2019 / 2020
Valeria Mora-Hernandez's essay, "'Hasta que hubiese despejado todas aquellas sierras': Peligro, soledad y penitencia en el espacio serrano de Don Quijote," looks at the Sierra Morena episodes of part one, and argues that the "mountainous space" of these chapters needs to be re-examined in order to fully appreciate its transgressive ethos.
Europe has its own feline beauties, including the critically endangered Iberian lynx found in Coto Donana the Sierra Morena. The breeding season, which runs from January until July, is the only period when adult males and females interact.
Son las peripecias de un viajero en la sierra Morena, en ventas abandonadas, fantasmas, sucubos, hermosas princesas tunecinas, que se le entregan a Alfonso Van Worden por la noche y al otro dia son los cadaveres putrefactos de dos bandidos ahorcados en los campos zaragozanos de la Espana eterna.
Land use and land cover dynamics in the dehesa of Sierra Morena Biosphere Reserve (Sierra Norte de Sevilla Natural Park, Spain), 1956-2007
A los pies de Sierra Morena y a ocho kilometros de Cordoba, esta Medina Azahara.
Today, the two remaining natural Iberian lynx populations exist in Dofiana, Spain's largest natural park, and the main lynx stronghold in the foothills of the Sierra Morena mountains, just outside Andujar and Cardeha, a stone's throw from the Costa Del Sol.
from the upper part of the sedimentary sequence S4 on PC2, suggest that this component represents the influence of the sedimentary processes that led to the deposition of the Paleozoic silicate-rich sediments from the Sierra Morena area transported by the Guadalimar River (Fig.
C., momento en el que se identifican novedades en las practicas culinarias, en las que confluyeron las influencias punicas y, por fin, las modas italicas (difusion de las ceramicas de barniz negro), cuya generalizacion se vio favorecida por la instalacion de contingentes italicos en los nucleos urbanos del valle del Guadalquivir, incluida Italica, y las cuencas mineras de Riotinto y Sierra Morena (8).
Posteriormente, funciono en las instalaciones de la escuela de Sierra Morena Alta, y un semestre despues lo hizo en el salon comunal de la Candelaria y en las instalaciones de la Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia de la carrera 30 con calle 12 sur.
The rocket was launched Tuesday from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency launch pad (RYOSUKE UEMATSU/KYODO NEWS VIA AP) | Above and left: Spanish herders' families carry out their autumn transhumance, walking 300 miles on drovers' ' roads with more than 6,000 livestock from the mountains of Cuenca and Albarracin to Sierra Morena mountains in South Spain.

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