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There will be a guided visit to the Alquería Islámica de Villa Vieja, an archeological site on the south of the river Segura, which is one of the most significant nationally in the study of late medieval architecture and urban dwellings dating back to the 12th century.
At the point of maximum occupation, when it finally abandoned, there were 60 houses and a population of 240.
Excavations on the site uncovered the ruins of various houses and fortificacions as well as ceramic objects currently on display in the Museo de la Villa in the Casa Granero.
The nucleous of the population extends over 5,500 square metres, in which three different sectors have been excavated identifying the defence system, integrated with pits, walls and square towers, as well as various houses of masonsery and rammed earth, some of which are well preserved.
The visit will be on Saturday February 24 at 10.30am.
Meeting Point is the BP Petrol Station
Cost is one euro and the length of the visit is one hour.
Sensible footwear and drinking water is recommended.
Booking is essential at
Tel: 968 74 53 25  or

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