Mosque of Granada


The Mezquita de Granada was opened in the summer of 2003 and it was the first mosque built in the city since it fell to the Catholic Kings in 1492. The Mosque of Granada represents the restoration of a missing link after a hiatus of 500 years and reminds of the rich Islamic cultural contribution to all spheres of human enterprise and activity.

Osel Ling Buddhist Centre


Located 1,600 metres above sea level in La Alpujarra, the Centro de Retiro Budista Osel Ling focuses on practising meditation. From the house you can see the snowy peak of the Mulhacén and the white villages of the Barranco de [...]

Faculty for Andalusian and Islamic Studies

Puebla de don Fadrique

To the north of Puebla de Don Fadrique, on the road from La Losa, in the Alqueria de Rosales, there is a modern mosque where courses in Islamic studies are taught. Together with the mosque in Granada’s Albaicín, this is [...]


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