• Low Valley of the Lozoya

    Serrated source

    The town of Serrada de la Fuente was a former municipality in the province of Madrid, con capital en Serrada de la Fuente, that in 1975 se fusionó con los municipios de Paredes de Buitrago y Mangirón para crear el municipio de Puentes Viejas.

    Según diversas fuentes su topónimo podría estar relacionado con “sierra”, alluding to the location of the first houses in the village, in a Gorge in the mountains of the dead woman, surrounded by mountains and streams.

    During the Middle Ages, Serrada de la Fuente estuvo vinculada a la Comunidad de la Villa y Tierra de Buitrago y posteriormente, al Señorío de Buitrago. Después de la desaparición de los señoríos, este lugar deja de depender de Berzosa y forma su propio Ayuntamiento.

    De Serrada destacamos su Iglesia, dedicada a San Andrés Apóstol, y su potro y lavadero que aún permanecen como recuerdo tradicional.

    Municipality information

    Altitude: 1.020 m

    Nº people: 127

    RESOURCES OF INTEREST

    Iglesia de San Andrés Apóstol
    Colt branding
    Lavadero

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