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Setenil de las Bodegas are a picturesque village in the province of Cadiz in Spain.
The village has a settlement dating back to medieval times, and is situated in a Gorge open over time by the Guadalporcún River.
The main attraction of this village is the very village itself by the originality in its architectural fabric, with many of its houses built under the rocks and with others about them, giving the village a provision at different levels of height, very interesting. In the background the inhabitants merely take advantage of the holes created by nature itself in the rock, on the River, to build their homes, and using rocks to pull over their buildings, which serve as background wallpaper.
Setenil Las Bodegas, lies on the mountain, 21 km from the city of Ronda, in the Northwest of the province of Cadiz and is a route of villages and towns in the Sierra de Cadiz called "Route of the Pueblos Blancos (white villages) by the color completely white from their homes.

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