Puerta De La Coraxa O De La Traicion

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Puerta de la Coraxa o de la Traición when translated is - Gate of the Coraxa or the Treason. It is one of the four gates of the Alcazaba fortress in Badajoz through which one can enter into the citadel. Built in between 1031 to 1094, this gate was constructed during the Aftasí reign. It is erected in Caliphal style of architecture using granite and bricks. The gate offers a direct entrance into the citadel, unlike the other 3 gates. The alternate name of the gate ‘De la Traición’ was derived when the Portuguese troops had attacked the fortress despite having signed a pact with the ruling King of Leon Don Fernando. Packed with rich history, Puerta de la Coraxa is a must visit place when you are in the neighbourhood.

How to Reach Puerta De La Coraxa O De La Traicion

  • Trains - MD, R. EXPRES, Reg. EXP, Regional to stop - Badajoz

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  • Puerta De La Coraxa O De La Traicion Address: 06007 Badajoz, Spain
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  • 95% of people who visit Badajoz include Puerta De La Coraxa O De La Traicion in their plan

  • 42.86% of people start their Puerta De La Coraxa O De La Traicion visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Puerta De La Coraxa O De La Traicion

Thursday, Friday and Sunday

85.71% of people prefer walking in order to reach Puerta De La Coraxa O De La Traicion

People normally club together Claustro Convento De San Agustin and Hosteria Sara while planning their visit to Puerta De La Coraxa O De La Traicion.

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Puerta De La Coraxa O De La Traicion Reviews & Ratings

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  • Entrada muito bonita

  • Vista recomendable

  • Tradicionalmente se conoce como puerta de la traición, pero de forma errónea, ya que algunos autores consideraron que esta era la puerta donde el rey portugués Alfonso Enríquez intentó huir del rey Fernando II de León en 1169. Otros estudios más recientes demuestran que este hecho tuvo lugar en una puerta de la ciudad, y no de la Alcazaba.

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