Alcalá del Júcar
Alcalá del Júcar is a municipality in Province of Albacete, Castile-La Mancha, Spain. It has a population of 1,442. Manchuela Alcalá del Júcar Town hall Alcalá del Júcar - Web de la Diputación Alcalá del Júcar - Useful, but no official, website of the village
Casas-Ibáñez is a municipality in Albacete, Castile-La Mancha, Spain. It has a population of 4,234. Manchuela Ayuntamiento de Casas-Ibáñez
Church of Santa Catalina (Caudete)
The Church of Santa Catalina is a church located in Caudete, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1992
Alcaraz is a municipality in the Spanish province of Albacete. Families worldwide have the surname; the Church of la Santísima Trinidad was declared a Bien de Interés Cultural in 1982. De Albacete a Alcaraz y Bienservida
Carcelén is a municipality in Albacete, Castile-La Mancha, Spain. It has a population of 652. Carcelén Casas de Juan Gil Manchuela
Province of Albacete
Albacete is a province of central Spain, in the southern part of the autonomous community of Castile–La Mancha. As of 2012, Albacete had a population of 402,837 people, its capital city called Albacete, is 262 kilometres by road southeast of Madrid. The territory occupied by the province of Albacete has been inhabited since ancient times, as evidenced by cave paintings in the Cueva del Niño and Cueva de la Vieja. In Roman times, the territory of the present province of Albacete was part of Carpetania and Celtiberia, Contestania and Oretania. In Roman times, the Romans built a significant settlement at Libisosa, during the age of the Visigoths, Tolmo de Minateda grew in prominence. During the Muslim era, territories of the province were under different zones of influence, numerous farmhouses and watchtowers developed to fight off invaders. A number of battles were held here in the Middle Ages, on April 25, 1707, the Battle of Almansa was held in the vicinity of the town of Albacete, a major Spanish battle which culminated in the triumph of Philip V who ascended to the throne, establishing the monarchy for the House of Bourbon in Spain.
In 1822 the province of ephemeral Province of Chinchilla was created, composed of municipalities in the provinces of La Mancha and the Kingdom of Murcia. Its capital at Chinchilla de Monte-Aragón close to the city of Albacete, would be the basis on which the province of Albacete was created in 1833 as dictated by Javier de Burgos. Following the adoption of the Constitution in 1978, the province of Albacete joined the Castile-La Mancha Region from the Murcia Region, its Statute of Autonomy was approved in 1982. Located in the southeast of the Central Plateau with an area of 14,926 km ², the Province of Albacete is bordered by the provinces of Granada, Alicante, Cuenca, Ciudad Real and Jaén; the province is divided into seven judicial districts. Its seat of government is Albacete. Other important towns are: Hellín, Almansa, La Roda and Caudete; the main river of the province is the Jucar river, which crosses the province in the northeast, renowned for its deep gorges and trees. The Lagunese de Ruidera flows in the west.
Other rivers of note include the Cabriel on the far northeastern border, the Salobral and Tajo-Segura in the central part, the Corcoles in the northwest, the Guadalmena, Tus, Segura. and Taibilla rivers in the south. It is home to seasonal rivers, including Abengibre Creek. List of municipalities in Albacete. Carnival of Villarrobledo
Casas de Ves
Casas de Ves is a municipality in Albacete, Castile-La Mancha, Spain. It has a population of 870