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It is located 3 km.  from the Mudéjar motorway exit (A-23, exit 210).
Badules is located in an area of great paleontological richness, especially of the Trilobites genus, such as the one known by the name of Badulesia, in honor of this locality.

The parish church of La Asunción, dating from the 16th century, consists of a square tower with three sections and Gothic decoration inside. It also conserves altarpieces from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.

Next to the church you can admire the old restored laundry and in front of it the peirón de San Antón.
Other peirones are the Gallo, in the Calvario area; San Blas, the Saints and the Soledad.

In the direction of Fombuena and forming a joint with the cemetery, is the hermitage of San Blas, and then an old restored refrigerator.


Church of La Asunción

It is a temple of
  Gothic style of the s. XVI.  It consists of a single nave with three sections and a pentagonal apse with star-shaped vaults and shallow chapels between buttresses, also covered in the same way. The high choir is located at the foot of a carpanel arch and a star-shaped vault.

The exterior features masonry walls, buttresses and elongated windows topped with a semicircular arch on each side. The portal and the small atrium are located next to the tower and occupy the space of one of the side chapels. Inside there are interesting Gothic altarpieces from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. It has some works from the hermitage of San Blas: A Virgin with the Child;
  Gothic carving from the 13th century, A bust of Saint Anne with the Virgin and Child, a work from the 16th century.

Hermitage of San Blas

It is found in conjunction with the cemetery. It looks like a Gothic construction, later transformed; Today it is a masonry building, rectangular in shape, with three small naves and a head in the shape of a quadrangular apse; It is covered with a semi-circular barrel vault mounted on the central nave and a flat ceiling on the sides. Semicircular arches in the central nave and other lowered ones in the lateral ones act as fajones. The supports are pseudo Doric pillars. It is a work of the 18th century. Very close to it there is a refrigerator.


We can find archaeological remains of the Iberian town of Datos and remains of a Roman villa in the Picurucho area at the interfluvium of the Lanzuela and Huerva rivers, in the heart of Campo Romanos. With the presence of apsidal structures and ceramics from the 1st and 2nd centuries AD. C.

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