Iznájar Castle

Iznájar, Spain

Castillo de Iznájar is an 8th-century castle perched on the high ridge. It has a triangular design, truncated on the northeast side, with its longest side facing south, and a large central space. It is surrounded by a stretch of wall with flanking towers at the southeast and southwest corners. The east side is closed by a rectangular building, which is attached to the west with a pentagonal tower at the bow, and another tower in the east. Early access to the castle is believed to have been from the east side through a building attached to the primitive rectangular tower.

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Founded: 8th century AD
Category: Castles and fortifications in Spain

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Oleg Shulga (6 months ago)
Amazing ICU team staff!! Patient care at the highest level!! Thank you so much!!
Munteanu Alexandru (7 months ago)
I wish I could rate it 0 stars. Waiting in emergency with a broken arm for well over 4 hours. The response time is just the worse. I have been to third world countries that care more about their patients. Their staff is more concerned about paperwork then helping anyone. After the wait they had the nerve to tell us to come in the morning! In short take a plain to Afghanistan for a hospital, at least then you will have SOME chance of surviving.
Judithfx (8 months ago)
I had an appointment over a month ago and I’ve never experienced such a poor level of service in my life. This was my first time ever at a hospital as a patient. I was told to go to different places by different people to be registered in. I was told to wait in a different department than where I was being treated. I waited for over an hour and was the last person in the waiting room. People that came after me were attended to first. It was only after I questioned the wait time and the fact I was the only one left, that I was seen by my dermatologist. I was seen for only 10 minutes and she in my view gave a very poor excuse for my acne scarring blaming it on the fact that I was black. She then gave me a prescription with 3 medicines. I went to the cubicle just outside the consultation room and one of the ladies there told me that I’ll be sent my medicines in the post. She was very dismissive. I called yesterday a month later to get word on the medicines I was told would be sent via post. Turns out they never were going to do so and that I was advised incorrectly. I have another appointment scheduled for December and I will not be attending because of how badly I was treated last time. I wouldn’t like to think I was treated this way because of my skin colour, but given the dermatologists ‘diagnosis’ and the dismissive nature of the entire hospital staff, it’s very hard to believe otherwise. It was a complete waste of my time and I honestly don’t believe any of the five star reviews on google are real. They are definitely fake. Avoid St James’ if you can.
Milliejaide (9 months ago)
I've read horrible reviews about this place and I believe them since every person has their own unique experience. But I've been there twice and my experience was opposite, I don't give 5 stars because the wait is honestly very long. But I guess this always happens with hospitals.
Declan Duke (11 months ago)
One of the top hospitals in Ireland. Staff always helpful and friendly.
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