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Antequera, "a busy market town that was strategically important first as Roman Anticaria and later as a Moorish border fortress defending Granada." (Eye witness guide - Spain)

I have tried to discover the name of this particular church, as I didn't make a note of it when we were there, and I stand to be corrected if I am wrong, but I think that it is the Parish church of San Salvador.

My title? Well, you see a new terrace of modern houses, with the old church standing proud at the end of the square.

From just in front of the church there is a square that commands a great view across the countryside and the town below.

There are lots of things to see in this town.A hilltop castle, a municipal museum,plus a museum of bull fighting, amongst many other things.

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