Fresnedillas de la oliva madrid

Fresnedillas de la oliva madrid

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By road: via the N-VI to take the M-509 to Villanueva del Pardillo where you take the M-600 to Valdemorillo. From here take the M-510 to Navalagamella and finally take the M-521 to Fresnedillas.
On the left you continue along Fuente de la Zorra street, which leads to the fountain of the same name. From here you can see the village from above and discover old livestock buildings, some of which are still in use. Continuing to the left, along the road to Navalagamella, you return to the starting point.
Fresnedillas has been a historical crossroads and although the exact date of its foundation is not known, we do know that like other nearby villages, its origin would be associated with the reconquest and repopulation of the Castilian-Leonese Extremadura between the eleventh and twelfth centuries and its belonging to the Community and Land of the City of Segovia, included in the sexmo of Casarrubios.

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The occupation of this territory dates back to the Bronze Age, when it was occupied by settlers who took advantage of the natural resources, whether hunting, livestock or agricultural, offered by the fertile area of the valley of the Arroyo de la Moraleja.
With the conquest of the Iberian Peninsula in the 3rd century B.C., the Roman army began to build an important network of road communications, the Roman roads, to facilitate the transport of troops and war material from one part of the region to another. In Fresnedillas, research has revealed the existence of one of these Roman roads that would cross the municipality in a north-south direction, along its entire maximum length.
In 1752, agriculture and livestock farming dominated the bulk of the working population of Fresnedillas. In total there were 45 farmers, six day laborers and three shepherds, whose daily income was equivalent to three reales de vellón. Their monthly income amounted to 90 reales.
In total there were 56 people in active employment who received between all of them 5000 reales a month. In addition, there were two poor people living in the village who had to survive thanks to the charity of their neighbors.

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The occupation of this territory dates back to the Bronze Age, when it was occupied by settlers who took advantage of the natural resources, whether hunting, livestock or agriculture, offered by the fertile area of the valley of the Arroyo de la Moraleja.
With the conquest of the Iberian Peninsula in the 3rd century B.C., the Roman army began to build an important network of road communications, the Roman roads, to facilitate the transport of troops and war material from one part of the region to another. In Fresnedillas, research has revealed the existence of one of these Roman roads that would cross the municipality in a north-south direction, along its entire maximum length.
In 1752, agriculture and livestock farming dominated the bulk of the working population of Fresnedillas. In total there were 45 farmers, six day laborers and three shepherds, whose daily income was equivalent to three reales de vellón. Their monthly income amounted to 90 reales.
In total there were 56 working people who received between all of them 5000 reales a month. In addition, there were two poor people living in the village who had to survive thanks to the charity of their neighbors.

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The origin of Fresnedillas is found in the repopulation carried out, mainly by shepherds, at the time of the Reconquest. Even so, it is believed that previously there were pre-Roman, Roman, Visigoth and Arab settlements.
One of the first written testimonies that refer to the Fresnedillas area is the Libro de montería de Alfonso XI, from the first half of the 15th century, which mentions the existence of abundant hunting in these lands. The communal revolution of 1520 had great repercussions in the municipality and in 1740 it obtained the title of Villa. In 1833, Fresnedillas ceased to belong to Segovia and became part of the province of Madrid. The municipal toponymy is found in a derivative of «fresneda» or «fresno».
A visit to the Lunar Museum. Inaugurated in 2010 in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, a mission in which the space station located in the town participated and which made it the headquarters of the Manned Space Flight Station (MSFN). The museum is dedicated to the space missions of NASA and the former USSR. Among other curiosities you can see the first human footprint on the lunar surface, a model of a space capsule, astronaut suits, pieces belonging to Neil Armstrong and much more.