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|Castilla La Mancha is one of the most sparsely populated regions in Spain. It is located in the centre of the country and is bordered entirely by other Spanish regions including Andalucia Sylvester Williams Titans Jersey , Castilla & Leon, Madrid, Aragon, Valencia, Murcia Logan Ryan Titans Jersey , and Extremadura. Castilla La Mancha is further divided into 5 provinces, which take their names after their capital cities. These are Toledo, Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca and Guadalajara. Castilla La Mancha is synonymous with Don Quixote Josh Kline Titans Jersey , windmills, sunflowers and Manchego cheese, which is made from sheep's milk.
It is in the province of Castilla La Mancha where the famous novel Don Quixote takes place, written by Miguel Cervantes. The novel covers the adventures of Don Quixote, also known as the knight or man of La Mancha. He is a hero who carries his enthusiasm and self-deception to unintentional and comic ends. His partner is Sancho Panza Eric Decker Titans Jersey , a man of low selfishness, who follows in blind confidence in all the extravagant hopes and promises of his master.
Toledo is the capital of Castilla La Mancha and can be found 70km south of Madrid. Toledo is a wonderful city, full of history with one of the greatest number of monuments in any Spanish city. It is also one of Spain's most interesting cities, offering a rich cultural history and architecture from all the civilizations that have occupied, including the Romans Kevin Byard Titans Jersey , Visigoths, Arabs, Christians, Jews and Moriscos. The old city centre is located on a hilltop and is a myriad of steep narrow streets that are enclosed on three sides by the Tagus River. At the very top can be found the Alcazar, a huge palace-fortress built in the 16th century. During the Spanish Civil War Derrick Henry Titans Jersey , the castle held out against overwhelming Republican forces during the famous 'Siege of the Alcazar' in 1936.
Albacete is a modern and commercial city, with sights to see both new and old. It is a great place to start for excursions to the Lagunas de Ruidera Nature Reserve, and the historic towns of Chinchilla and Almansa. Albacete tourist office can be found at Posada del Rosario (Rosario Lodging House), in a building that has been declared a National Historic-Artistic Monument as a fine example of original Castilian accommodation in La Mancha. Plaza de Altozano is a good place to relax in the many bars on offer, while in Lodares Passage can be found the city's shopping malls set in fine surroundings.
Ciudad Real has become increasingly popular as a long-distance commuter suburb of Madrid since the high speed AVE rail link began to stop here on its way from the capital to Seville. During the middle ages Jack Conklin Titans Jersey , the city was surrounded by 4 kilometres of walls and over 100 towers to protect the enclosed population. A good example of this 14th century Mudejar architecture can be seen at the Puerta de Toledo, one of the eight gates set within the city walls.
Cuenca is situated in the heart of the Cuenca Mountains, and offers a wealth of monuments for those interested in historical architecture. Its historic centre of cobbled streets looks out over the rocky canyon walls and the remains of its old Moorish castle. Standing proud over the deep gorge of the Rio Huecar, can be seen the protected Casas Colgadas, that house the Spanish Abstract Art Museum. Because Cuenca has good rail links with Madrid Jonnu Smith Titans Jersey , the city has become a popular day or weekend break for those living in the capital city.
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PHNOM PENH， Nov. 4 (Xinhua) -- The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday maintained its forecast for Cambodia's economic growth at 7 percent in 2016， driven by garment exports， real estate and construction.
"Growth is projected to remain robust at around 7 percent for 2016 and 2017， supported by strong garment exports， real estate and construction activity， notwithstanding weaker agricultural and tourism growth，" the lender said in a press release.
The Southeast Asian nation's economy relies mainly on garment exports， real estate， construction， agriculture and tourism.
According to the government's latest figures， the country exported garment and footwear products worth 3.46 billion U.S. dollars during the first six months of this year， up 4 percent over the same period last year， while construction received a total investment of 7.2 billion U.S. dollars in the first eight months of the year， up 404 percent over the same period last year.
On the tourism side， the sector attracted some 3.16 million foreign tourists during the first eight months of 2016， a 4.3-percent rise over the same period last year.
The press release noted that while the growth outlook remains strong， the economy faces downside risks stemming from rapid credit growth， along with growing concentration in real estate， and possible spillovers from an uncertain external environment.