Delighting spectators for centuries, the Hanging Houses of Cuenca are the last of their kind, hanging precariously over the cliffs of a gorge. Once a common sight along the eastern side of the city, today the homes have dwindled down to just a remaining few. The most photographed house is now the site of the Museo de Arte Abstracto Espanol. Visitors are welcome to tour the house, which dates back to the 1400s, and unflinching guests can even dare to step out on the overhanging balcony.
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