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Sobre la piedra del Re Moro_Toledo
Spain
"La Peña del Rey Moro, modelada por los caprichos de la naturaleza en figura de cabeza humana con turbante, dicen, es el espíritu petrificado de un Abul Walíd que, locamente enamorado, salía todas las noches de su tumba para contemplar los lugares donde reposaban los restos de su querida Sobeyha"
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