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General information about El Escorial
El Escorial is located at Province of Madrid (Spain) and it has a population of 14.979 inhabitants.
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More information about El Escorial
El Escorial is a municipality and village in Spain, in the community of Madrid. It is located in the northwest area of the Community, at the foot of the southern slope of the Sierra de Guadarrama, and is part of the region of the Guadarrama Basin. Also, it belongs to the judicial district of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, number seven of the community of Madrid.
Despite possible Roman remains in the area, its origins lie between the 11th and 12th centuries, when the conquest of Toledo in 1085 allowed the consolidation of the nuclei located to the north of the Guadarrama mountain range and the beginning of the repopulation process in its southern slope, this spontaneous in its beginnings and with people of Basque-Navarre, Leonese and Burgos, was regulated by the Council of Segovia at the end of the thirteenth century, which carried out the organization of the territory. The environment Escurialense belonged to the sexmo of Casarrubios, one of the divisions of the community of city and land of Segovia. In 1561 Felipe II decided to build a monastery in honor of San Lorenzo in the term escurialense. For the same acquired several enclaves in the area as La Herrería, La Fresneda, El Campillo and Monesterio that, together with El Escorial, would serve to satisfy the needs of the monks and the Court. The population acquired, by royal decree of 1565, the title of Villa, ceased to depend on Segovia and became a territory of realengo, at the same time that it underwent a profound urban transformation.
Already in the mid-eighteenth century, faced with the demand for services and apartments for the royal entourage, the first steps were taken for what would be a new population center next to the Monastery -what would later be San Lorenzo de El Escorial-, which finally in 1792 it was segregated from El Escorial by decision of Carlos IV. At the beginning of the XIX century, and due to the War of Independence, the town suffered strong reprisals despite the resistance offered to the French, and this behavior earned it the title of "Leal", granted by Fernando VII on August 8. Of 1815. Although traditionally the main economic activity had been the cattle ranch, in century XIX, and thanks to the arrival of the railroad in 1861, the town lived a certain industrial progress with enterprise initiatives between which the factory of Chocolates Matías stood out López. Already in the twentieth century, to the cattle activity joined the commerce and the tourism, main economic engines in the actuality.
Tourism is based on the natural wealth of the area, with the Pinar de Abantos and the La Herrería area as main attractions, and its historical-artistic heritage, in which the church of San Bernabé, BIC since 1983, stand out. And several enclaves that are part of the Royal Site of San Lorenzo de El Escorial and El Escorial, including the Monastery of Prestado, La Granjilla de La Fresneda, the House-fort of El Campillo and the Casita del Príncipe, BIC since 1992 and also World Heritage Site - together with the Monastery and the Casita del Infante - since 1984. The most representative celebrations of the municipality are San Sebastián -celebrated together with San Lorenzo de El Escorial-, the patron saint festivities in honor of San Bernabé -during which the Industrial and Craft Fair of the Sierra de Guadarrama takes place- and the Pilgrimage of Ours Mrs. De la Herrería, patron saint of the town, which in 2014 was declared of Tourist Interest.
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The local time of El Escorial is GMT +1 hours. This time zone belongs to Europe/Madrid.
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Elevation above sea level of El Escorial
The elevation in meters above the sea level of El Escorial is 917.
This means that a resident of El Escorial has an air with an atmospheric pressure of 89,95 percent with respect to atmospheric pressure at sea level equivalent.
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