Spain Vejer de la Frontera

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Wayne & Lyn Liebelt

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The hilltop village of Vejer de la Frontera is one of the prettiest of the Pueblos Blancos. From a distance, it looks like a collection of sugar cubes. This medieval fortified town was under Muslim rule for six centuries. A distinctive Moorish influence is found throughout the village in its Mudéjar architecture; leafy palm trees; winding cobblestone streets; arched passageways leading through the old ramparts; colourful squares, and whitewashed houses with flower-bedecked courtyards.

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Wayne & Lyn Liebelt

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