Photographer's Note

Another photo of the wind mills of Campo de Criptana well known for being the inspiration of Cervantes in the book Don Quixote, where they appear in the Chapter VIII of the first part of the book.
In this chapter, it's explained that during the way Don Quixote and Sancho meet with the wind mills and Don Quixote believes that they are giants and he wants to attack them with its lance. Sancho says to him that they are not giants,are wind mills, but Don Quixote insists on attacking them since he thinks that they are giant evildoers, as consequence Don Quixote encounters over its lance and it falls to is accustomed to finishing therefore the problem of the mills, or giants as it continued affirming Don Quixote.

Otra foto de los molinos de viento del Campo de Criptana, bien conocidos por ser la inspiración de Cervantes en la obra de Don Quijote dónde aparecen en el Capítulo VIII de la primera parte de la obra.
En este capítulo, se explica que por el camino Don Quijote y Sancho se encuentran con unos molinos de viento y Don Quijote creyéndose que son gigantes se dispone a atacarlos con su lanza. Sancho le dice que no son mas que molinos, pero Don Quijote se empeña en atacarlos ya que él piensa que son gigantes malvados, como consecuencia Don Quijote tropieza con su lanza y se cae al suele acabando así el problema de los molinos, o gigantes como seguía afirmando Don Quijote.

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Additional Photos by Sonia Marti (maduixeta) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 192 W: 24 N: 343] (1795)
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