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Duke’s Fountain

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It is fed from a spring in the Sierra del Tablón with cool water in summer and warm water in winter with a very pleasant taste, and, after serving as a watering place for animals, it is used to irrigate a vegetable garden. Its name comes from the Duke of Osuna, the owner of these lands centuries ago.

To visit it, you take the road from Pruna to Algámitas. After about three kilometres, you take a left turn and after two kilometres you come to a fountain with four basins carved in stone.

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