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  Minarete de San Sebastian
by bugalugs

This minaret is all that is left opf a 14th century mosque. After the reconquest it was named after Saint Sebastian.
In the lower part is a horshoe arch and you can still see in the brickwork some ceramic tiles which are of a turquoise colour.

On the corner next to this plaza there was a tiny little shop selling just about every, we popped in for an ice cream and a cold drink. This was about 3.20pm and they were just closing so it must have been their siesta time.


Piazza del Abal Beca, Calle Arminan

From the New bridge walking into the old town, continue down the Calle Arninan and you will see the minaret on the left hand side

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  • Written Sep 17, 2004
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