Albarracín

Albarracín. The town is named for the Hawwara Berber dynasty of the Banu Razin which was their capital from the early eleventh century until it was taken by the Almoravids in 1104. Its long history continues as an independent lordship known as the Sinyoría d'Albarrazín until 1300 when the city and its lands were officially

Monsanto Idanha-a-Nova and its Castle Monsanto. It was the principal town between 1174 and the beginning of the 19th century. In recent decades, Monsanto has become popularly known as "the most Portuguese village of Portugal" in a class of twelve classified