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Macotera

Village of Macotera
Region Castilla y León
Province Salamanca
Autonomous community Castilla y León
Postal code 37310
Coordinates
 - Latitude:
 - Longitude

40°58' N
5º18' W
Altitude 892 m
Surface 32'93 km²
Distances 10 km to Peñaranda de Bracamonte
50 km to Salamanca
179 km to Valladolid
177 km to Madrid
Population
 - Total (2003)
 - Density

1,589 inhab. (census of 2003)
48 hab./km²
Demonym Macoterano
Rivers River Margañán
Mayor Isabel Jiménez García (Partido Popular)

Macotera is a village and municipality in the province of Salamanca, western Spain, part of the autonomous community of Castile-Leon. It is located 50 kilometres from the capital city of Salamanca.

Local Festivities

Are in honour of the San Roque (16 August) and the Virgen de la Encina (8 September).

Other festivities, monuments and other photographs

1st. An old Window

2nd. Monument in honor to Sagrado Corazón de Jesús (El Cerro)

3rd. A small vat in a warehouse

4th. Holy week

5th. The Church (Nuestra Señora del Castillo 15th-16th Century)

6th. Santo Cristo de las Batallas (17th-18th Century)

See also

List of municipalities in Salamanca

External links

  • Ayuntamiento de Macotera
  • Ruidoso pleito entre Macotera y Santiago de la Puebla en el siglo XVI (exhumación del documento antiguo)
  • Diputación de Salamanca: Índice de municipios
  • Diputación de Salamanca: Macotera
  • Diputación de Salamanca: Datos de Macotera
  • DMOZ
  • Macotera en Google Maps
  • Peña Bulbónidos, con actualidad y noticias sobre Macotera
  • Página con información de Macotera: Música tradicional, fiestas, tradiciones...

Coordinates: 40°50′N 5°17′W / 40.833°N 5.283°W / 40.833; -5.283


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