Zahara de la Sierra is a small Spanish town with 1500 inhabitants that is located in the province of Cadiz on the slopes of the region of Andalusia in southern Spain ..
It is one of the most famous white towns of Andalusia because of the white houses entirely
The city was built in the eighth century and rebuilt in the fourteenth century
The city still retains its name from the Arabic word epic "Zahara"
Castle on top of the Arab town was originally an outpost of the Moors, overlooking the valley. Due to its location between Ronda and Seville, was the perfect location for a castle be built to serve as a fortress in case of attack.
The ruins of the Moorish castle still exist and can be visited.
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