The best known in the world is that of China. Kilometers and kilometers of walls have turned it into one of the best-known tourist destinations internationally. But in Spain there is another that has nothing to envy.
In fact, it is the longest in all of Europe, according to Infobae. It is located in Badajoz. Its 6,541 meters in length make it hold the title, compared to those found in Pamplona, Lugo, Segovia or Ávila.
In fact, the Extremaduran wall measures more than double that of Ávila, given that it has a length of about 2,500 meters. For its part, Pamplona has 5,000 meters; that of Lugo, with 2,200 and that of Segovia, with 3,400.
The entire conglomerate that makes up the doors, walls, forts, towers, bridges and other defensive elements of the city They date from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Its function has varied over the years. Although in the past it was used to defend the city that lies within; Today it is one of the features that distinguishes Badajoz.