Stretching for 450 kilometres from east to west, the Sierra Morena is one of the major mountain regions in the Iberian Peninsula. It forms the southern boundary of the Meseta Central, the high plateau that forms the central part of Spain. From the north the peaks look insignificant, being little higher than the plateau itself, but from the Guadalquivir river valley to the south the Sierra Morena is as imposing as any you will find in Andalucia.
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Photographer: Nick Nutter
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