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Castillo de la Muela (Interior)
Spain

La estructura de este castillo es bastante atípica. Está constituido básicamente por un cuerpo central cuadrado con una gran torre cilíndrica a cada uno de sus lados. El recinto se encuentra rodeado por una barrera de la que sólo quedan restos en la parte que rodeaba el patio de armas.Entre las estancias interiores destacan el aljibe, con cubierta de bóveda de cañón, un patio interior y los archivos de la Orden de San Juan, destruídos por las tropas francesas en 1809.

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Uploaded: 27/11/2012
Updated: 18/12/2012
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