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Mudejar architecture (1200–1300)
A Spanish style created by the Moors while under Christian domination, characterized by a fusion of Romanesque and Gothic styles but retaining some Islamic elements, such as the horseshoe arch.
A Spanish style created by Moors under Christian domination in the 13th and 14th cent., but retaining Islamic elements such as the horseshoe arch.
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It is a place of history, particularly from when it was occupied by Moors from North Africa, giving riwRh th pim HNc rise to slender-arched Mudejar architecture
and white-washed hilltop towns such as beautiful Ronda.
represents a relatively seamless continuation of the <<local, living urban architecture>>, in the words of David Raizman (78).
Hopefully, windmills, castles, Mudejar architecture
and monasteries will never rival sun, sea and sangria.