The port of Pilar de la Horadada, Spain
In the background of the exhibition is the tower of Pilar de la Horadada.
Throughout history these lands suffered numerous attacks by pirates who landed on the coast and made their incursions and looting in the interior.
The coastal towers were raised precisely to warn of the presence of their ships, communicating with each other through bonfires and other signals.
An example of this time is the sober coastal tower of La Horadada from the 16th century with a defensive character, located between El Puerto and El Conde beaches.
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