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1,565 inhabitants

Teruel Province

www.moraderubielos.com | www.aragon.es | www.dpteruel.es

The first thing one notices when arriving in Mora de Rubielos is its stunning castle and its ruined ramparts. The building, presumably of Arab origin, was rebuilt in the 12th century after the town had been conquered by Alfonso II. Set in the Sierra de Gúdar in Aragon, Mora de Rubielos will host the start of one of those stages referred to as ‘legbreakers’, with several mountain passes in a row and continuous climbs and descents.

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