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Descubre la provincia de Jaén,  Andalucía, España

Descubre la provincia de Jaén, Andalucía, España

Baños de la Encina's (Spain) major attraction is its Moorish castle, which is both an historical and an artistic monument. Notable for its fifteen ten metre high towers, the fortress was constructed on the orders of Al-Hakam II, who dominated the area, and was completed in 970.

*SPAIN ~ Baños de la Encina’s major attraction is its Moorish castle, which is both an historical and an artistic monument. Notable for its fifteen ten metre high towers, the fortress was constructed.

Jaen is another of the Andalusian provinces. It is especially famous for production of oil (or liquid gold, as it is called often). Among its heritage, the Cathedral stands proudly. It is said it hides the King Solomon's table, where all knowledge about universe and God is written. Would you come to dive look the legend? | Catedral de Jaen, Spain

Jaen is another of the Andalusian provinces. It is especially famous for production of oil (or liquid gold, as it is called often). Among its heritage, the Cathedral stands proudly. It is said it.

Otoño" (Autumn") in Jaen, #Spain  pinned with the permission of the photographer Joaquin Alejandre

Otoño" (Autumn") in Jaen, pinned with the permission of the photographer Joaquin Alejandre

CASTLES OF SPAIN - Castillo de Santa Catalina, Jaén, Spain - Saint Catalina's Castle is a castle that sits on the Cerro de Santa Catalina overlooking the Spanish city of Jaén. The castle began as an 8th Century Moorish fortress last improved by the Nasrid King Abdallah ibn al-Ahmar, who also built the Alhambra. King Ferdinand III of Castile captured the city in 1246 after the Siege of Jaén.

CASTLES OF SPAIN - Castillo de Santa Catalina, Jaén, Spain - Saint Catalina's Castle is a castle that sits on the Cerro de Santa Catalina overlooking the Spanish city of Jaén. The castle began as an 8th Century Moorish fortress last improved by the Nasrid King Abdallah ibn al-Ahmar, who also built the Alhambra. King Ferdinand III of Castile captured the city in 1246 after the Siege of Jaén.

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