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This Hispanic-Arabic cistern is one of the remains that has survived of the military Almohade citadel, as the building that houses it – the Palace de las Veletas, now the Museum of Caceres – was restructured in the 15th century and remodelled in the 17th and 18th centuries. It still contains water.This water storage, which still collects the rainwater that falls in the Renaissance patio that covers it, is one of the largest of its time, which is why it is so spectacular. Its effect is increased by the golden light that pours from the zenith towards the five naves composed of horseshoe arches


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