Torre de Calaforra

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It was originally an Arabic tower that gave access to the city. Later an almudín was built next door, which was a building to store and weigh the wheat before taking it to the mills. In the XIX Century it became home to a Masonic lodge foundation, and was decorated with frescos depicting daily life in ancient Egypt. Inside are preserved pottery vessels, Roman mosaics, lamps and other antiques.

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