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... and the world. The Alhambra has been used as many things over the centuries, but today it’s a tourist attraction, as well as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The castle was named from the Arabic words al-qala’a al-hamra, which means ‘The Red Castle’, in English. At the height of the summer, almost 6,500 tourists pour through the gates.
Timeline of the Alhambra
11TH Century ----- Jewish Grand Vizier Builds the ...
... bits of plastic in our bloodstream. how will we evolve to assimilate this? with the help of Southern Europe that island could soon grow to the size of Texas plus california. most generous with their plastic in these here parts. TOMAR refuge from the rain a delightful little old pension up the creakin stairs carfree street down below hilltop fort up above sweet old town we picked off the map green and watery willows and wheels ducks an seagulls cobbled streets and ...
... we stumbled upon a lively square with many restaurants. It seemed the whole city was out enjoying the sun and more live music. We then headed out to Seville via train. We arrived a bit late followed by some bus confusion, but made it safe to our new and lovely room. Right downstairs is an excellent tapas place, very different from Barcelona in terms of the offerings but (perhaps) even more delicious. To bed now and tomorrow we explore the ...
... the Cathedral and the
myriad of small, twisting alleys in the old Muslim quarter The Albayzin. The Alhambra- the main reason people come to Granada - was originally built as a fortress for the Spanish Moors and then a palace was added for the last Muslim Emirs to rule southern Spain. So lots of beautiful and elaborate moorish architecture and decorations. When the Catholic Monarchs conquered in the late 1400's they added to it and decided it was ...
... br> exquisite detail. It is said to be the Arabic attempt to create heaven on
earth. The Alhambra is also the most visited monument in Spain as it gets 8000 visitors
on the daily. It definitely set the standard of what makes the world a
Granada is a place that is definitely worth a visit.
Although it looks like most other Spanish cities with the residential areas and
the Andalusia food, it also has a great Metropolitan feel. There are ...