Ajamil de Cameros
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It was part of the feudal estate of Cameros de Los Arellano and subsequently it belonged to the Counts of Aguilar.
-Surrounding area: The 17th century San Miguel and San Martín Chapels. The first of these chapels is abandoned and the other has been turned into a private property. There is a 16th century aqueduct with two semi-circular arches over the River Rabanera. The villages of Larriba and Torremuña (uninhabited). The Real Mountain is a wonderful place for an amazing walk through the National Hunting Reserve.
-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros.
-Area: 66 km2.
-Height: 1,045 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Larriba and Torremuña.
-Economy: Crop and livestock farming are the two main activities in this municipality.
The 16th century Parish Church of La Asunción is built in masonry. It has three naves, a square chancel and a tower at the base of the nave of the Evangelion, by Pedro Aguilera. In its interior there is an interesting Renaissance reredos. Church fountain.
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