Malpartida de Cáceres

Malpartida de Cáceres is a municipality located on the peneplain of Cáceres and has a population of around 4,100 people. The town is famous for its storks.

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Asociación Cultural de Mujeres “Carolina Coronado” is a women’s organization in the town named after Sapphic Romantic era writer Carolina Coronado. They were founded in 1993, with the goal of helping all women in the town regardless of their background. Their cultural activities often focused around poetry and children’s stories, including offering writing courses on those themes. In 2005, the organization’s president was Adela Rodríguez. Despite being named after a Sapphic writer, there is no indication the association has focused on any Sapphic or lesbian theme

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