Centro de Interpretacion Cuevas de Guadix, Guadix
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  • Individual leadership with very many and detailed information. Very dedicated Lady at the reception, which alerted us on many of the small details and showing us the life at the time.
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  • I liked very much understand that, the as and because of house them caves and their way of life especially after having spent a few days in a home cave. The only thing I feel is not going at the beginning of my visit to Guadix, because I would have enjoyed more experience.
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  • Nice little museum that explains quite well the inner workings of troglodytes. The lady in charge was also very helpful and fluent in English. Definitely worth a tour before you go and visit more rece...  more »
  • The most famous feature of the town is the cave dwellings in the Barrio de la Cuevas where around half the population live. When I visited the area, I thought that I was in a scene from 'The Lord of the Rings'! It was just like 'The Shire' - with little white chimneys poking out of the ground! The caves are not primitive dwellings, however but are a solution to the fierce heat of the Andalucian summer. The interior of the cave houses are cool in summer and warm in winter and have all the necessities of modern living - it is quite strange seeing television aerials on the little hillocks!
  • Guadix is a city in Spain, belonging to the province of Granada and in turn to the autonomous community of Andalusia, in addition to being a municipality, capital of this. It has 18 928 inhabitants in 2015 and to it belong the villages which are annexed that part of the autonomous entity of Guadix, Guadix station, Bacor, Hernan-valle, Paulenca, Belerda, olive grove and Los Balcones. Moreover, Bacor, Olivier and the balconies are the autonomous local authority of Bacor-Olivar, with capital in the bacareno nucleus. The municipality has an area of 1694.05 km². Guadix city has an area of 317 km2. Historically, the area of Guadix is one of the oldest human settlements of the later Iberian Peninsula be an Iberian settlement, the city was founded by the Roman Emperor Octavio Augusto as a camp for the I and II Roman legion veterans. At that time, the town was called "Julia Gemella Acci", hence its name "building". The current name of the city goes back to the Muslim domination after the Roman period. Then, the city was renamed "Wadi Ash" or "River Ash", an arabisation of the Roman name "Acci" and pronunciation "wad ish" in the Nasrid colloquial Arabic.
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