Cazalla de la sierra

Cazalla de la Sierra is a small town in the province of Seville, in southern Spain. It is located in the foothills of the Sierra Norte de Sevilla, part of the Sierra Morena, which acts as a border between the region of Andalusia and the regions of Extremadura and Castilla-La Mancha.

In 2006, the town had a population of 5,153 inhabitants and an area of 352 km2. It rests at an altitude of 595m above sea level and is 89 km north of Seville. The local speech of Cazalla, like that of the province's capital but unlike most of the province itself, exhibits seseo.

External links

  • Cazalla statistics

Coordinates: 37°56′N 5°46′W / 37.933°N 5.767°W / 37.933; -5.767

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