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The Seven Hills


Regional legend about Ceuta


In the ancient city of Ceuta, nestled on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, there lived a wise and benevolent king named Hacho. He ruled with compassion and justice, and his kingdom prospered under his leadership.


One day, a terrible storm struck the city. The winds howled and the rain poured down in torrents. The people of Ceuta were terrified, and they begged their king for help.


King Hacho knew that the only way to save his people was to build a wall around the city. He called upon the strongest and bravest men in his kingdom, and they worked tirelessly to build a wall that would protect the city from the storm.


The wall was so high and so strong that it seemed to reach up to the sky. The people of Ceuta were so grateful to their king for saving them, and they named the wall after him.


The wall of Hacho still stands today, a testament to the strength and courage of the people of Ceuta. It is a reminder that even in the face of adversity, hope and determination can prevail.


Elements of Ceuta in the legend:


  • The Seven Hills: Ceuta is known as the "City of the Seven Hills"

  • King Hacho: Its name is inspired by the famous fortress of Hacho.



Geography Game Gehaul. Ceuta flag. Region of Spain
Ceuta (España)

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