One of the most fascinating archaeological sites in Toledo is the Cerro del Bu archaeological site, which offers a unique glimpse into the early human settlements in the region.
Cerro del Bú is a hill located on the outskirts of Toledo, near the Tagus River. Archaeological studies have revealed that this place was inhabited since prehistoric times, with evidence of human occupation dating back to the Bronze Age, around the second millennium BCE. The early settlers in this area were communities dedicated to agriculture and livestock farming, making use of the natural resources of the region.
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