Teruel is a small city in the mountainous Aragon region of eastern Spain. It's known for classic Mudéjar architecture, a style combining Gothic and Islamic elements. Examples include the Santa María de Mediavilla Cathedral, dating to the 12th century, which features an elaborately painted ceiling; and several towers, including Torre de San Martin, Torre de San Pedro, and Torre de El Salvador, a 14th-century Mudéjar tower with an intricate facade and stairs to the top. Other sites include El Torico Square with the El Torico fountain (small bull).

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