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  1. Zahara de la Sierra Castle. Castle of Zahara de la Sierra, Medieval Town of Zahara – Remains of the Castle and Keep. From the thirteenth century, Castilla be taken for symbolic, constructive and defensive reasons the central european model of Tower of Homage but with Muslim influences.

  2. Located in the north west of the province, practically all of its municipal area belongs to Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park.. The village, once a Nazari border fortress, stands atop a hill, at the foot of the remains of the castle, and consists of streets of stepped white houses built on the mountain slope creating a scene of immense beauty; it is not for nothing that this is considered one ...

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  4. Zahara de la Sierra, from medieval fortress to sanitary fortress” The town of 1,500, a quarter of which over the age of 65, has not registered a single case of coronavirus . Considering that at the time of writing, Spain is the country with the second highest number of total cases and the fourth highest number of coronavirus-related ...

  5. It was in Zahara de la Sierra where the Christians and the Moors battled over control of this tower that was part of the western border of the last Muslim Kingdom. The tower was perfectly positioned between the great strongholds of Seville and Ronda and part of an elaborate communication system of watchtowers and castles that protected the region.

  6. Zahara de la Sierra was already settled by the Celtiberians, who built a 6 ha hillfort or oppidum on top of the hill that was later occupied by the Romans. In the 13th century, the Moors built a castle on the strategic hill, the remains of which can still be seen from a long distance.

  7. Zahara de la Sierra is a municipality in the province of Cádiz in the hills of Andalusia, southern Spain.It is perched on a mountain, overlooking a valley and a man-made lake formed by the dam that must be driven over to access the town.

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