The Spanish city of Avila has been inhabited since before the 5th century BC; beginning as a small fortified town conquered by the Romans about 61 BC. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, it was held by the Visigoths, then the Moors, and subjected to repeated attacks by northern Christian kingdoms.
Puerta del Carmen is one of the gates in Ávila's imposing medieval city walls near Plaza Concepción Arenal at twilight. It is one of the best-preserved medieval bastions in Spain.
May 14th, 2020
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