The Alcazaba, in the centre of Málaga's historical district, is an imposing edifice that was built between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries and that served as a fortress and palace. Here lived the rulers of Muslim Málaga. It has a very irregular floor plan, with all its living quarters at different levels in order to conform to the terrain and concentrated within two walled compounds.
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