In this chapter I will to do tell the history and physiognomy of a town that sounds familir for most of spanish people buT only few have been there.
- Origin sI-XIV
I go to do a historic rout starting with town born, and the first roman settlement and the conquest evolution by the arabs.
- Golden Age s.XIV-XVI
Golden age of Guadalajara where it was ruled by the Duques of Infantado. Large dynasty which has his origin in the help of Diego Hurtado de Mendoza.
A Castilian nobleman who did a remarkable job in fighting the Arabs, being in the battle of Aljubarrota hand of King Juan I of Castile.
He was appointed Admiral of Castille and first member of the lineage of the Mendoza who obtained the title of Infantado´s Duke with the Catholic Monarchs, being the beginning of the glorious era of the city.
- Drop s.XVII-XIX
In this chapter I review the advent of the worst time in Guadalajara, where depopulation and the flight of the noble Alcarreños to the capital, Madrid, suitable the abandonment of the city and most of the palaces.
As well as numerous wars that made damage in the monumental artistic heritage of Guadalajara.
- Reborn s.XX
From the nineteenth century the city was acquiring certain vigor of the past.
Review of developments since that time through the Spanish civil war where again more bad luck played a trick to Guadalajara, losing many buildings and even to burn the symbol of the city, the Palace of the Infantry.
- Today s.XXI
In this last section I talk about the city of Guadalajara in the current present where thanks to institutions has modernized the city and it has been equipped with infrastructure many cities will like to possess.
Guadalajara goes hand in hand Vanguard is one of the few cities that creates more wealth than destroys, having in recent years high income despite having as other cities some works of dubious origin, but still far lower cases most Spanish cities panorama.
It also has very good sports clubs and sponsoring these events being my excellent understanding compared with the population counts.