With more than 200 years of history, this municipality of Celtiberian ancestors and famous springs (who has not heard of the "waters of Carabaña"?) is located on the border with the province of Guadalajara. 

The artistic heritage of the town shows valuable examples. The most outstanding are: the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, from the 16th century, which houses a Visigoth baptismal font; the Palace of the Viceroy of the Indies -from the 17th century-, whose façade has a carved coat of arms; the Hermitage of Santa Lucía -from the 16th century-, erected over an ancient Roman temple; and the Visigoth Necropolis. In addition, it is highly recommended to stroll through the streets and surroundings of Carabaña to contemplate other architectural elements -such as the Fountain of Carlos III- and enjoy the municipal landscape.


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