Puente Genil
Puente Genil is a village in the Spanish
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 province of Córdoba, situated about 45 miles (70 km) from the city of Córdoba
Córdoba, Spain
-History:The first trace of human presence in the area are remains of a Neanderthal Man, dating to c. 32,000 BC. In the 8th century BC, during the ancient Tartessos period, a pre-urban settlement existed. The population gradually learned copper and silver metallurgy...

. It has a population of 30,033 (13,922 male, 14,217 female).

The name comes from the bridge over the river Genil
The Genil River is the main tributary of the river Guadalquivir in Andalusia, Spain. The Roman Singilis, its modern name derives from the Moorish rendering of the Roman name: Sinyil, Sannil, and Sinnil. The source of the Genil is in the Sierra Nevada mountains, north of its highest peak Mulhacén....

. The village is an agricultural centre, also known for its Semana Santa-celebration, contracted in the local vernacular to "mananta".
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