About Mureda

Fruit of the Pragmatic of the Catholic Kings of the year 1502 , by which the Moors, descendants of the population of the Muslim religion converted to Christianity, were expelled, a princess still a child, daughter of a wealthy merchant who would eventually be appointed governor by the Caliph, remained in the area, hidden but protected by a Knight, after his parents died in the hard battles that were waged against the Christian troops of the Order. The beauty and personality of that Moorish-princess, caused the place to be known as the “Moorish house”, deriving to “House of the Mureda”, for what is known today as Mureda .

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