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The Castillo de Oropesa. Oropesa is a Spanish town in the province of Toledo. The town is famous for its castle-turned-parador, which was built in 1402. The "Castell de Cardona", is now a typical Parador, situated in an old castle. A parador is a kind of luxury hotel, usually located in a historic building such as a monastery or castle. Parar means to stop, halt or stay. . photosearth.com/...

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