: Castro de San Cibrán de Lás

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José Mª Alvarez Soli… on March 9, 2012

Thank you very much Mimmo, no, it tries to recover, is part of our history.

Greetings from Spain. José Mª

wolfanga on March 9, 2012

Muy buena vista aérea!

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on March 9, 2012

Hola wolfanga, muchas gracias, me alegro que te guste.

Saludos, José Mª

Carmen Suárez on March 11, 2012

Bonito poblado ¿Romano ...Celta..?, like-50, saludos. Carmen

▓ ☻ galloelprimo ☻ ▓ on March 12, 2012

Curiosa vista!! like 51

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on March 12, 2012

Hola Carmen, este es un castro celta, lo que ocurre es que fué habitado incluso después de la conquista de los romanos, por lo que también tiene influencias romanas y eso se nota en la forma de las viviendas, las celtas eran redondas y las romanas cuadradas o rectángulares.

Un afectuoso saludo, José Mª

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on March 12, 2012

Hola galloelprimo, muchas gracias, como puedes ver es una vista aerea, aunque no se vea el castro al completo.

Saludos, José Mª

Diana Popescu on March 13, 2012

Amazing shot! Greetings from Romania, Diana.

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on March 13, 2012

Thank you very much Diana, I'm glad you like, of course is a beautiful view of the Celtic fort, located very near where I live.

Best regards, José Mª

Carmen Suárez on March 15, 2012

Hola Jose Mª, gracias por la explicacion, Castro Celta, tenia mis dudas....(Romanas? Celtas?) por las diferentes construcciones, cuadradas, redondas, rectangulares. Un cordial saludo desde Baleares. Carmen

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on March 15, 2012

Hola Carmen, para mi también es una satisfacción poder esplicarlo, hace unos dias vinieron a mi casa unos amigos panorámicos de Vigo y los llevé hasta este castro que queda muy cerca de donde vivo, concretamente a unos 5 Km. y fueron ellos los que me informaron de esas diferencias arquitectónicas en las que yo no me había fijado.

Un afectuoso saludo, José Mª

Pablo S. Eljas on March 18, 2012

Es impresionante el castro, una buena perspectiva, estabas subido a algun sitio? Saludos

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on March 18, 2012

Hola Pasaz, gracias por la visita, la verdad es que nó, el Castro está situado en la zona más alta de una loma, desde el si se puede ver todos los alrededores, esta foto es parte de una foto mucho más grande que muestra todo el castro y sus murallas y que está situada en el edificio del ayuntamiento.

Un afectuoso saludo, José Mª

Apu2007 on March 18, 2012

Hi! It is a beautifull bird-eye view! Like! János

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on March 18, 2012

Hello János, thank you very much glad you like it.

Greetings from Spain. José Mª

Apu2007 on March 18, 2012

Hi José! The Celts lived in our country too. The southest Celt villages were near the west parts of the Danube. Their tombs are very interesting at Százhalombatta in Hungary. With greetings, János

Apu2007 on March 20, 2012

Hello José! Thank you the film about the Celt's bagpipe music. We have the bagpipe in our national music too. But the Hungarian bagpipe is originated from Asia and so very different with the Celt-type. Our "duda" has a "flea-hole"! This type used in Slovakia, Romania, Serbia, Croatia and a little bit in Austria too. If you are intersted in, try the "Magyar duda" words in the yutube. The summer bagpipe camps have high feel of the meeting! Regards, János

José Mª Alvarez Soli… on March 20, 2012

Hello János, thank you very much for the information, I had no idea that in the countries of Central Europe have also Na bagpipe as an instrument of folk music, the truth is that I estrañaría that ultimately all these musical cultures have a common denominator for I know what the Celts who along with the Iberians were the first inhabitants of the Iberian Peninsula came from central Europe.

Greetings from Galicia, Spain. José Mª

Apu2007 on March 20, 2012

Hello José! Little parts of the Celts remained in Pannonia (West side of Hungary) in the Roman empire too. And after this period no any great war in the written history where the Celts killed. So and maybe they could alive in the late Hungary in small population. The system of settle-down of the late Hungarians were peacefull. And no any great war by the Hungarians(according to the written history too)with the remaining nations in the Carpathis basin too. Regards, János

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San Amaro, Ourense, España

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    • Camera: SAMSUNG GT-S8530
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