Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Round the back way

Not an area that we've taken many pictures of is the route at the "back of town" but it's one that we, or I should say Anne, often walks in the afternoon with Calcetines.
The walk goes via Calle Pañolillas with its fantastic panoramic views across the Andalucian countryside, passing by the town cemetery, through the car park and past the Telefonica tower onto Calle Noria, the main route out of Olvera to the west.

Here looking down Calle Rosaleda.

This mule was trying to keep cool on another beautiful day with the temperature at about 26°C.

The Inavico chicken processing factory (Matadero de Aves - poultry slaughterhouse) that in these hard economic times Spain is enduring at the moment no doubt provides welcome employment.
Here looking down Calle Bellavista to the left and Calle Lepanto to the right that leads to the Casa de la Cultura and the pleasant seating area overlooking the Jardines de la Victoria.

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