CASTILLO DE VALENCIA DE DON JUAN (R)
Built on an ancient castro of the Bronze, Iron and Roman Age, in 1180, in the time of Ferdinand II, the construction of a new castle is begun although its present appearance corresponds to a broad set of reforms carried out in the 14th and 15th centuries. Built in stone, brick and wall masonry, it consists of a moat, an antewall and a large battlement wall with triple cube towers. To the south stands the great tower of homage. Restored in several phases since the middle of the 20th century, it houses the Museum of the Castle of Valencia of Don Juan inside a building of iron, wood and glass installed in the interior of the tower of homage.
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