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Puerta de Cambron, Province of Toledo

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  • Toledo is surrounded by strong walls and this is the gate of the western entrance to the city. The building consists of four towers and two bows and it seems that his name came from the fact that at the top grew a thorny plant called Cambron. We crossed doing the tour with trenino rubberized.
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  • If one is given a tour of the Jewish quarter, it is worth crossing the beautiful Cambrón gate (no, is not a typo, but a plant), called gate of the Jews because it gave access to the Jewish quarter. On the other side, good views of the Tagus and hotels and cigarrales on the opposite bank. If it's lunch or dinner time, the best option is the mesón Castilla La Mancha products.
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  • The origin of the city gate Puerta del Cambron is uncertain, possibly derived the way back from the Visigothic period (500 – 700 a.d.). The port we see today is the result of a radical rebuilding in Renaissance style mellem1571 og1573, but on the other hand, stands the Puerta del Cambron roughly as it did for 450 years ago, and the old, iron beslåede doors has held since then. In the façade facing towards Toledo is over the port entrance, a statue of Santa Leocadia, a local Saint from Toledo, which is supposed to be dead years 309. This port is the only port in Toledo which cars can drive through, and they do indeed! I had to wait and wait to get to take photos of the gate without cars. The cars can not run somewhere else? Why at all driving by car in Toledo's small streets? Puerta del Cambron is situated close to the Monasterio San Juan de los Reyes in toward the city and Puente San Martin, on the other hand.
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