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The Colomares Castle known locally as 'Castillo de Colomares’, in Benalmadena, is one of the most fascinating tourist attractions the municipality has to offer. It's not really a castle, it is a monument dedicated to the life and adventures of Christopher Colombus.
Castillo de Colomares is a monument, in the form of a castle, dedicated to the life and adventures of Christopher Colombus. It was built near Benalmádena in Spain, between 1987 and 1994.
The building is the work of Dr. Esteban Martín y Martín and two Malagueños masons, and mixes influences of different architectural styles such as Byzantine, Romanesque, Gothic and Mudejar that marked Spain culturally. The materials used are brick, concrete, natural stone and wood among others; As…
This castle is a monument that talks about the discovery of a new world America in 1492, by Christopher Columbus. He presented to the Catholic Monarchs his plan to travel to the west to see the Indies