At a height of 2,257 feet sits the village of Berdun in Aragon, Spain overlooking the river Aragon valley with snow topped mountains situated to the north and spectacular hillsides located to the south. Berdun is an area of Aragon that has not be damaged by humans and there is a vast amount of birds and butterflies as well as a landscape full of wildflowers.Berdun village carries many years of history dating back to the celtic periods and then it later became a medieval settlement that was stuck between the war zones of Aragon and Navarre. Nowadays you will drive up a steep road leading to the village of Berdun where you find an extremely helpful and friendly community of people of all ages.When visiting Berdun in Aragon, Spain you are still amongst a medieval atmosphere that is surrounded by ancient castles and Romanesque churches. Many improvements have been done to the village to include all the necessary amenities. Stores, bars, restaurants and hotels are now easily accessible in the village and anything out of the ordinary that is required is just a short distance away in Jaca, Aragon.The village of Berdun is in a central location where one can take trips to the higher communities located in the Pyrenees valleys and their surroundings. Guided tours leave from the village to explore the Pyrenees, some which are a few days long while others are up to two weeks in duration.Village of Berdun at the entrance to Valle de Anso, Huesca, Jacetania, Aragon, Spain, Europe.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/7.1, exposure time of 1/160 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 70mm.
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