Calle Real, 2


Chronology: 14th-20th century. Style: Mudejar

Popularly known as Castillo de Luna, it is a Christian defensive building from the mid-14th century. Its origins can be traced back to the donation of the town of Mairena by King Alfonso XI to Pedro Ponce de León in 1342. In 1902, it was purchased by the Anglo-French painter Jorge Bonsor, who carried out numerous works to transform the fortress into his residence-museum, highlighting the richness of its archaeological collections.

Type of monument:

Military monument.

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