CASTLES OF SPAIN - El castillo de Guadamur, Toledo, se construyó en varias fases, la primera de ellas hacia 1470 y la segunda hacia 1520. Fue construido por órdenes del Conde de Fuensalida, para afianzar la protección de la zona, múltiples veces asediada de 1446 a 1521, el lugar sufrió en varias ocasiones incendios y saqueos. El castillo, así como el condado, fueron posesión de la familia Ayala, agraciada con el condado de Fuensalida en 1470 por el Rey Enrique IV de Castilla.
CASTLES OF SPAIN (2) - Castillo de la Calahorra Castillo de La Calahorra is located in La Calahorra, in the province of Granada, Spain. It is situated in the Sierra Nevada foothills. Built between 1509 and 1512, it is one of the first Italian Renaissance castles built outside Italy. It was declared a Bien de Interés Cultural monument in 1922.
Castilla–La Mancha is an autonomous community of Spain.It is one of the most sparsely populated of Spain's autonomous communities. Its capital city is Toledo. Castilla–La Mancha was formerly grouped with the province of Madrid into New Castile but with the advent of the modern Spanish system of autonomous regions, it was separated due to great demographic disparity between the capital and the remaining New-Castilian provinces.
Butrón is a castle located in Gatika, in the province of Biscay, in northern Spain. It dates originally from the Middle Ages, although it owes its present appearance to Francisco de Cubas in 1878. The castle has a fairy-tale look inspired by Bavarian castle models. It is visually spectacular rather than something in which people could actually live. The towers have little useful space and some exterior connections are not good in the wet Basque weather.