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About Jimena de la Frontera, the province of Cadiz and Spain as a whole, focused on this small village in the mountains

No wonder the ‘cao’ gets choked up

In a pointed Foto Denuncia, TioJimeno today publishes a ‘poster’ (click photo to enlarge) titled ‘Uncontrolled Grazing on Public Land’, referring to the side of the San Cristobal hill (yes, cerro San Cristobal is the name of the hill on which Jimena sits), bare as a result of uncontrolled grazing and thus the cao, or channel, that runs along the Hozgarganta river, gets choked up with earth and rocks tumbling down. Just because ‘it has always been so’ does not mean it is right. Can anything be done by the authorities?

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