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Castillo De Mora de Rubielos, Mora de Rubielos

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  • The castle was full of weapons rebuilt and not had almost nothing original. The entrance cost 3 euros and seemed very expensive for what it was.
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  • The State of conservation of the castle is spectacular. Allows you to observe with perspective bygone times historical. Monumental.
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  • We were with children and the sights and the Castle are not bad. Them there are a lot better. We give them a vote normal photos are in the surrounding area
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  • Amazing Castle. Large and well preserved. Highly recommended the guided visit organised by the Tourist Office of Mora, which also allows you to visit the Church (opens to see it) and the adjacent streets of the historic centre.
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  • It is pretty well restored and when we were had an exhibition of medieval weapons, very interesting.
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  • Worth visiting it, this very restored, is a shame to not put any business catering and lodging in its interior, would be a breakthrough for the population and create jobs.
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  • A castle is worth a visit. It is a shame that the whole top is in reforms, but they leave to visit the main courtyard, its surrounding rooms and basement. We can find different ethnological elements in one of the rooms. What if surprised us was to find a modern elevator that does not catch anything with the architectural ensemble, while if thereby they are preparing for access for disabled people is more than justified
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  • Beautiful fortress
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