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Coastal Watchtower in the city of Cullera, Spain

Coastal Watchtower in the city of Cullera, Spain


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Located in the city of Cullera in Valencia, Spain, a 16th century ancient coastal watchtower is used to monitor and defend against pirate attacks along the Mediterranean coast. It is part of the coastal defense system of the Kingdom of Valencia, consisting of rough stone walls, conical in shape, with a bottom circumference of about 10 meters and a height of about 15 meters. The tower contains a basement, two floors, and a terrace with battlements. In the 18th century, a six pound iron cannon was installed on the terrace. At present, the tower has been fully restored and listed as a cultural heritage site. There is now a themed museum inside the tower, showcasing exhibitions on Mediterranean coastal defense and 16th century piracy.