La Torre Del Marque De Villena, Salamanca

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  • A hidden treasure which we came across by chance. There is nothing in english. The site is open to tourists and has a stairwell right to the top of the tower which gives you great views of the old cit...  more »
  • This "tower" can pass unnoticed since not there are many indications. Advisable for the views, but there is nothing more. It is not suitable for people who suffer from vertigo, by the type of stairs views and give some impression. Free entrance.
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  • A medieval tower restored and very well conserved, accessible by stairs typical of the period and which gives toast an incredible view of the city. Located next to the medieval wall and the Cueva del Diablo, his name is a reference to the fictional character of the legend, but belonged to the powerful noble families of the city in the past, where was the scene of bloody disputes. Must be a place dark and mysterious night, but by day I can feel a little Indiana Jones
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