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Baeza is mostly known as a fine example of well-preserved Italian Renaissance architecture ensemble. Because of that it was enscribed into UNESCO World Heritage List (together with nearby town of Úbeda) in 2003. Both towns got rich in 16th century from the production of textiles, so it's when all those fine houses were built. In 17th century, the industry collapsed and that's why few newer houses were built and thus, unique ensemble preserved. Still, there are some remains of Moorish fortifications in town. The university, established in 1538, now serves as a secondary school.

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