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Founded in the late 12th century, Plasencia is a walled city that was built to protect King Alfonso's colonies to the South. Its impressive walls which boast 70 towers and 8 gates protected a community of Christians, Muslims, and Jews alike. Its safety and accessible trade routes made it the home to nobility which can be seen in its unique Old Quarter.

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World Jewish Travel Official December 20, 2019

City Story: Plasencia

Founded in the late 12th century, Plasencia is a walled city that was built to protect King Alfonso's colonies to the South. Its impressive walls which boast 70 towers and 8 gates protected a community of Christians, Muslims, and Jews alike. Its safety and accessible trade routes made it the home to nobility which can be seen in its unique Old Quarter.

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