Orce Castle

Orce, Spain

Alcazaba de las Siete Torres ('the castle of seven towers') was built at the beginning of the 11th century, coinciding with the dismemberment of the Caliphate of Córdoba.

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Calle Castillo 1, Orce, Spain
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Founded: 11th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Spain

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Angel Rojo (2 years ago)
Orcé is a town in the Granada highlands, which is surprising for its paleontological deposits, the first settlers. According to the latest investigations. The first settlers who were known in Europe, I visited their museum.
Robert Matthews (3 years ago)
A peaceful area for an afternoon walk in the village of Orce. I did wonder if the castillo had enjoyed a peaceful past?
maria dolores gonzalezperez (4 years ago)
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Amedo Craven (4 years ago)
The castle dates from Arabic rule in Andalucia, although it is open you need to arrange a visit with the town hall. Today was an ecological market in the square
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