Top 10 similar words or synonyms for encinasola

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for encinasola

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Encinasola Encinasola is a town and municipality located in the province of Huelva, Spain. According to the 2005 census, the municipality has a population of 1,686 inhabitants.
Encinasola de los Comendadores Encinasola de los Comendadores is a village and municipality in the province of Salamanca, western Spain, part of the autonomous community of Castile-Leon. It is located 96 kilometres from the provincial capital city of Salamanca and has a population of 280 people.
Barranquenho Barranquenho ("Barranquenhu"; English: Barranquian) is a Romance linguistic variety spoken in the Portuguese town of Barrancos, near the Spanish border. It is a mixed language, and can be considered either a variety of Portuguese (Alentejan Portuguese) heavily influenced by the Spanish dialects of neighbouring areas in Spain in Extremadura and Andalusia (especially those from Encinasola and Rosal de la Frontera), or a Spanish dialect (Extremaduran / Andalusian) heavily influenced by Portuguese.
Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche Natural Park The following villages are within the limits of the Park: Alájar, Almonaster la Real, Aracena, Aroche, Arroyomolinos de León, Cala, Cañaveral de León, Castaño del Robledo, Corteconcepción, Cortegana, Cortelazor, Cumbres de Enmedio, Cumbres de San Bartolomé, Cumbres Mayores, Encinasola, Fuenteheridos, Galaroza, Higuera de la Sierra, Hinojales, Jabugo, Linares de la Sierra, Los Marines, La Nava, Puerto Moral, Santa Ana la Real, Santa Olalla del Cala, Valdelarco and Zufre.
Santa Olalla del Cala The castle stands on a prominent rocky ridge above the village. The fortress, although the ramparts are reminiscent of Moorish castles, was built by the Christian king of Castile, Sancho IV in the thirteenth century replacing a much smaller fortress which had been built earlier by the Muslim rulers of Andalucía. The Muslim structure is thought to have been built on top a much early Roman fortification. The castle was part of a defence system built to protect the city of Seville from the Portuguese. This defence system was called the "Banda Gallega" or "The Galician Band". The system composed of three lines of defence, which mostly utilized older Moorish fortresses. The first line contained the castles of Aroche, Encinasola and Fregenal de la Sierra. In the second line was the Torre of and . The third line included "Santa Olalla del Cala" and the fortress at Aracena.