Muslim Walls of Madrid

Rebecca Cetta
Article By: Rebecca Cetta
6 months ago
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Constructed in the 9th century by order of King Emir Muhammad I, these walls were built to protect the old citadel of Mayrit (Madrid), where the Palaceo Real lies today. Though many were destroyed during the Spanish Civil War, some sections of the wall remain completely intact even twelve hundred years later. The best spot to view the walls is in Emir Mohamed Park right next to Almudena Cathedral by the Palacio Real. These walls are the only surviving pieces of the original city of Madrid. Step back in time and see where it all began! Photo by Luis Garcia from Flickr CC BY-SA 2.0 License
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  • Emir Mohamed Park, Parque Emir Mohamed, 28005 Madrid, Spain
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