The village of Riglos sits atop a green hillside that overlooks the landscape of Huesca, Aragon in Spain where the Gallego River flows and wildflowers bloom. The houses are built on the slope of the hill where approximately seventy people call the village of Riglos home.The houses have wooden roofs, some with outdoor decks where residents can enjoy the view of the countryside. The houses that sit higher up, have a railing built around them for safety, especially if kids live in them. Winding around the houses are narrow roads that take you through the village, some of them being quite steep.Behind this village stands the massive rock formations of the Mallos de Riglos and while visiting Riglos, Huesca in Aragon you would be amazed that a village is built below these gigantic cliffs. When people climb the Mallos de Riglos, they get an incredible view of the village and the landscape across the horizon, but boulders have been known to fall to the streets below. In some sections, climbers are clinging to their equipment as they swing from the rocks that hang over the village of Riglos.Most people like to visit the village of Riglos with their feet firmly planted on the ground as they enjoy the scenery, while the more adventurous like the view from the cliffs of the Mallos de Riglos. Whichever ever option you choose while visiting the village in Huesca, Aragon, you will love this unique hillside village.Village of Riglos, Huesca, Los Mallos, Aragon, Spain, Europe.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/60 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 25mm.
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