Constitution Square

This charming, almost theatrical, arcaded square has a more Castillan than Andalusian feel. It was built in the 16C and 17C. You can see the town hall, which was built at the very start of the 17C under the reign of Philip III, as well as vestiges of the Roman and Moorish ramparts at the entrance to the Tourist Office.

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Wedged in the high part of Guadix, this
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More or less left in an abandoned state
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