Torre de la Malmuerta
The tower was built in 1406-1408, by order of King Henry III of Castile, over a pre-existing Almohad structure, to defend the gates of Rincón and Colodro. Later it was also used as a prison for nobles.
Having an octagonal plan, the tower has an annexed arch.
The names, meaning "Tower of the Bad Dead Woman", refers to a woman who, according to a legend, was killed here by her husband after a false accusation of adultery.
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