The Iron Tower

This formed part of the door of the same name, where travellers, peasants and merchants reached port, arriving by passenger boat from the other river bank.

It lost all its defensive value, since in the Middle Ages it was the checkpoint for merchandise and for the collection of corresponding tolls and taxes, as well as for the weighing of flour, there being several mills in the vicinity.

Very close by is the small cottage that has been recently renovated, where the tax collection duties were carried out. It is an albarran tower, completely filled inside, except for a space at ground level, with a rectangular base, made of stone in the lower part and of bricks and wall in the upper part.

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