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ONCE coupons "in confinement" commemorate the 500th anniversary of Castillo de Mula (02/05/2020)

The ONCE wants to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Castillo de Mula, to which it had planned to dedicate the image of its coupon on Saturday, May 2, which, finally, will not be raffled due to the state of alarm due to the Covid crisis19. Despite this, ONCE wants to use the already designed image of the coupon to remember this event. The Castle of Los Vélez, in the town of Mula, was built in the year 1520.

It was built by the Marquis of Los Vélez as a way to subdue this Murcian town, whose inhabitants rose up making him swear the privileges that Fernando III gave to the villa after its conquest in 1244. The castle is Renaissance, defensive in character and simple in shape.

It is located on a rock cliff.

It has two entrances, and towers of the old Muslim fortress.

It also has an old drawbridge. Four elements stand out.

A keep tower, a central nave with a barrel vault, an attached to the nave and a cistern. In 1985, the castle was declared a Site of Cultural Interest, and in 1990, the Mula City Council carried out several reforms. function { ;(, , {});}

Source: ONCE

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