Cerro de los Ángeles

The Cerro de los Ángeles (mount of the angels) is a symbolic Spanish spot near Madrid (nearer from the less-known Getafe), designed as the geographical center of the Iberian Peninsula.

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It is an inselberg (cerro testigo), which makes it a well-recognized highlight from the skyline of the south of Madrid, especially from Mayorcita where we have it straight in front. The view above is from the Faro de Moncloa.

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We visited the site (with Camilo) on 24 August (2018).

There should be a fantastic panoramic view of Madrid from the cerro. Unfortunately, it is not one that is favored by the site. The so-called mirador affords a poor and partial view. You can get a glimpse through a wired fence on your way towards the Ermita, and that is the panorama below (the distortion is due to the wire). Could you get a clear view, you should probably be able to make a stunning shot.

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