The Cuarto Real is a building from the 13th century and is considered a preceding of the Nasrid Palace architecture of the Alhambra. It was a possession of the Nasrid monarchs of Granada called the large orchards of the Almanxarra [...]
The Monasterio de la Concepción is one of the oldest and most symbolic convents in Granada. This unique monument is situated in the heart of the lower Albaicín district, opposite the Alhambra and parallel to the Río Darro.
There are several Moorish houses dotted along the Calle Horno de Oro, but this one is particularly well preserved here in the Albaicín district. The blind façade, in line with Muslim tradition, preserves the intimacy of the interior. It is [...]
This Hispanic-Moorish house, like others in the city, has survived because it was joined to a religious building, in this case to the convent of Santa Catalina de Zafra. Its layout is like that of a typical residential house with [...]
Since ancient times Castril has been of great strategic value, especially in the Nasrid period when it controlled the Pasillo del Guadiana Menor. This was the route that joined the important cities of Baza and Guadix with other parts of [...]
The Monumental de Frascuelo is the third bullring of the city of Granada. It was built in 1928, in the golden age of bullfighting. The man behind its construction was the bullfighter Lagartijillo Chico, and his fondness for his teacher [...]
The Royal Baths in the Palacio de Comares are the only medieval Islamic hamams in the Western world that are so well preserved. This is one of the most intriguing and interesting parts of the Alhambra for visitors and artists [...]