Photographer's Note

Trujillo Castle is a fortress built between the ninth century and the twelfth century and located on the top of the resort, on a hill known as the Head of Zorro. The oldest remains of it are preserved two wells are Arabs. The castle is built with granite blocks masonry and has around him several defensive square towers, two of which protect the entrance, which has a horseshoe arch and an image of the Virgen de la Victoria, patron saint of Trujillo. In the fifteenth century added a second walled enclosure or executors.

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