Now a small village in Badajoz, Spain, its origins can be traced back to the Prehistoric Age. Settled on a hill of strategic value, it was occupied by muslims and reconquered again in 1234. Famous for its dolmen (3º millennium BC) and its castle, even though only a small part of it stands still.
UPDATE: “Pasarela en Rojo” has been awarded with the 1st prize in the XII Magacela Photography Contest.
These pictures and a few more on my Magacela Album on Flickr.