Iberia: Spanish Travels and Reflections - Teruel Summary & Analysis

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On his way to Teruel, the narrator gets lost and ends up in a town called Castielfabib. At first, he was upset at the place he had to stay, but the woman that was tending to him was so cheery and friendly that he immediately felt better. The Moors had run the city about a thousand years ago and the name was a play on the phrase Castillo de Habib. She showed the narrator a tunnel that had been carved out to mine for silver and copper that was used for coins. When the narrator had entered the city, the first thing he noticed was that the church seemed to be impenetrable. He asked the woman several times about the entrance but she ignored him, until finally she told him he would never believe it, he had to see it. She led him to a...

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