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La Huerta de San Lázaro Huerta or commonly known as the Deaf is a prominent symbol of the battle of 1808, where both armies converge during the Battle of Bailen, 1808. Declared a Site of Cultural Interest category "Historic Site", preserved in inside the old wheel acting as the dividing line between the French and Spanish army during the battle.
Any historic day play an important role, since the heat coupled with water scarcity element for the French troops, will be a key to defeating the French army, who in the last moments of the match desesperarían to reach the desired location where power factor quench the unbearable thirst. Popular tradition tells that many of these soldiers were launched at the Wheel of Huerta de San Lázaro, unique place near water, with the phrase "To die and be raised here in Paris."
- Tuesday July 19, 1808, up from Andújar Dupont ignoring the complicated situation that will be presented in Bailen, where two full command of Reding and Coupigny divisions were planning to block Napoleon's troops following the guidelines outlined Porcuna Plan by Staff chestnut.
5:00 am: The French vanguard crossed the bridge alerting Rumble divisions Reding adopting a defensive position on the outskirts of Bailen. After an initial unsuccessful attack, Dupont launch a series of offensives against the fear that Hazel troops arriving from the rear.
- 7:00 am: A second attack which ended with the withdrawal of French troops due to the superiority of the Spanish artillery occurs.
9:00 am: A third offense gets on a delicate reach the Spanish army to fear for his left flank situation. The superiority of the central battery again resolve the critical situation. Overwhelmed by thirst and heat, the French army takes a last attack resulting futile effort. Finally, Dupont decides not to attack and surrender to the Spanish army.