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Consuegra - Wind Mills


Consuegra is a town located in the province of Toledo, in central Spain. 

It is known for its beautiful medieval castle, which overlooks a stunning landscape of windmills on a nearby hill. These windmills, known as "molinos" in Spanish, were made famous by the Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes in his novel "Don Quixote".

Consuegra's windmills are some of the best preserved in Spain, and visitors can explore several of them up close. The windmills were used to grind grain and pump water, and were a vital part of the local economy for centuries. Today, they are an important cultural attraction and a symbol of the town's history and heritage.

Visitors can also explore the medieval castle of Consuegra, which dates back to the 10th century and was once a key defensive stronghold in the region. The castle has been beautifully restored and offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

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