Alcázar, Jerez, Cádiz

The Alcázar of Jerez, is one of the most emblematic monuments of the city. Its walled enclosure forms a complex defensive system together with the walls, towers and gates.

The term Alcázar, comes from Arabic, al-qasr and define a set of buildings, surrounded by walls, which were the seat of political and military power with autonomous functioning, which governed the city and its territory.

Here was filmed…

Inside the Alcázar of Jerez, a 15-story structure half-built and subsequently demolished was used to represent a community house of neighbours in a decadent building in Havana, in Cuba.

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