These are the ruins of a Moorish era watermill a on a small island in the river Guadalquivir a short distance downstream from the Roman bridge. It was built to take water to the gardens of the nearby Alcazar Palace and reflects the advance engineering of the Moors.
The waterwheel is complete although it no longer turns. However, the building of the mill is now in ruins.
Worth a short visit as part of a tour of the historic quarter.
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