Cabezón de Cameros
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Cabezón de Cameros is a Spanish municipality in La Rioja in the western mountains of the Ibérica mountain chain and the Leza basin. It is part of the Camero Viejo district. The municipality is close to the LR-250 road, 43 km from Logroño and 916 metres above sea level. There are some very large trees (horse-chestnut, lime, etc. ) and some interesting houses. There is a pelota court, a square, children's playground and there are lots of paths.
-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros. It is upstream of the River Leza on the western side of the Camero Viejo district.
-Area: 11.9 km2.
-Height: 916 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is livestock farming.
The La Asunción Church, from the 16th century, is a building in masonry and ashlar in corners and buttresses. It has a single three section nave with chapels from the 17th century, and a tower at the base. In its interior the Baroque great reredos in the presbytery stands out.
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