The Puerta Nueva de Bisagra is an impressive 16th century fortified gateway located in Toledo, Spain. Built in 1559, the gate was a part of the Arabic city walls and is one of the best preserved walls of Mudejar and Renaissance architectures. Tourists and photographers alike will find a wealth of history and impressive architecture to explore at the Puerta Nueva de Bisagra. The crenelated turrets, topped by the imperial shield of Charles V, provide an excellent view of the town of Toledo below. The gate is framed by two imposing towers adorned with fantastic sculptures, creating a unique and awe-inspiring sight. Within the gate is an old chapel dedicated to San Román, revealing its past military roots. Furthermore, the Puerta Nueva de Bisagra is part of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Toledo, a must-visit for travelers and photographers alike.
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