The Gibralfaro Castle (Spanish: Castillo de Gibralfaro) is one of the oldest remaining Moorish castles standing in Spain today. The solid ramparts rising above the pines are the most visible remains of the fortress. It is an architectural masterpiece of the last Moorish Muslim dynasty in the Iberian Peninsula, ruling the Emirate of Granada in the 13th–15th century, and listed as a Cultural Interest Site.
Daugavpils Fortress is an early 19th century fortification in Latvia, and the last bastion-type fortress to be built in the world. Its territory comprises 35 individual historical monuments. Daugavpils Fortress,…