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Villa de Ves

Villa de Ves is located to the east of the Manchuela region, in the area of the Júcar valley. Its area is rugged, with a marked unevenness in the same village, since there are heights of 1000 m and others of barely 400m within a 6 km line.
In the north lies the only inhabited part all year round, which was before called El Villar and today is known as Villa de Ves.It is 750 in height. 5 km away over a narrow road lies, on the slope of the Júcar canyon, the Barrio del Santuario, before Villa de Ves, or simply, Villa.
Villa de Ves is the smallest village in population of the province. There are less than 100 people, mostly elderly, few children or young people. In the area of the plain cereal is grown by people from Villa de Ves or nearby villages.
The name of Villa de Ves could come from an iberian word and could refer t the owner of these lands in those times, since there are archaeological sites dating from that period.
It became officially a village in the Middle Ages, after the Reconquista, in the hands of Alfonso X the Wise.
As for its cultural heritage, there are, at the top of a mound, the remains (hardly visible today)of what used to be a castle, guarding the frontier between Castilla and Valencia.Beneath it lies the hermitage of The Cristo de la Vida ( before the parish of Our Lady of Asunción), without doubt the most emblematic monument of Villa de Ves, inside which we can find several interesting altarpieces and paintings, as well as an organ of the 18th century.
We must also mention the current Town Hall with steeple, bell and curious vaulting inside and on the arcade, where a great part of village life goes on.

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