Haven of San Antón

Haven of San Antón

Under the Alcazaba of Almeria, the chapel, formerly a mosque, gives its name to one of the most popu...

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Convent Company of Maria

One of the most significant aspects of the Restoration period in Almeria is the resurgence of religi...

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Mozárabe Route

1353 kilometres walking from one end of the Iberian Peninsula, joining Almeria Cathedral with Santia...

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Gateway of Purchena

Today, this is a square located in the centre of Almeria city. Pechina Gateway was the most importan...

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Jayrán Wall and Cerro San Cristobal Hill

From the Alcazaba, descend in a northward direction through the Barranco de la Hoya, a line of wall ...

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The Medina (Walled Town)

This is the original centre of the city. Abderramán III, Almería founded in 955 (10th century), by...

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The Alcazaba Fortress

The Alcazaba, with its 1430 m. walled perimeter is Spain's second largest Muslim construction, after...

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The Aljibe Neighbourhood (Al-Hawd)

This quarter, currently Pescadería-La Chanca, was the old Muslim quarter Al-Hawd, which means "wate...

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Las Tiendas Street (Street of shops)

This Arabic street originates from a second Jewish quarter that arose around the 11th Century outsid...

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