Top 10 Most Well Preserved Castles

Castle of Coco, Spain

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Commissioned by the Archbishop of Seville in the 15th century, ‘Castillo de Coca’, as it’s locally known- is located near the central Spanish town of Coca, Segovia. Most would be shocked at the amount of castles in Spain, as it’s often easy to overlook the nation as a centric medieval superpower. Out of all 6,000 remaining castles in the country, it’s not difficult to see why this one grabs the most attention. Combining both Gothic and Mudejar Styles- the lightness in shade of its comprising materials almost make it look like it’s made entirely from sand.