Mirador or Watch Tower in Cartagena

In Cartagena architecture, a turret or watchtower on top of a building which provides a panoramic view.
The mirador has its origin in the mid-east and in the Mediterranean where it was utilzed for military, religious and, of course, domestic purposes.
The miradors of Cartagena, where they form part of the tall colonial style house, are faithful copies of those to be seen in the Spanish city of Cádiz.

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