Overlooking the town is the 11th century, Muslim, Castillo de Tabernas. Built from the honey-coloured sandstone native to the area, the castle originally occupied an area of almost 3000 square metres and during the Nazrid period was considered to be the second most important citadel or alcazabar in Almeria, the most important being in Almeria city.
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Photographer: Nick Nutter
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Credit: Visit Andalucia
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