Granada is a city which is the capital of the province of Granada, in the autonomous region of Andalusia, Spain. In this city there is a palace left over from the Islamic kingdom that once ruled Spain, namely the Alhambra palace. Alhambra in Arabic means the color red. The Alhambra is a magnificent palace which has the most complete library and is also a fortress for the Muslim community during the Islamic rule in Spain or better known as the Moors, which has long been a symbol of Granada civilization. The city of Granada is a city that shone brightly because of the brilliance of the light of scientific progress during the heyday of Islam when other big cities in Europe were still covered in darkness.
Place to must visit in Granada
The Alhambra Palace
was founded by the Bani Ahmar kingdom or the Moors from North Africa. The Bani Ahmar were the last Islamic kingdoms to rule in Andalusia (Spain). The Alhambra Palace stands firmly on the hill of La Sabica, Granada, Spain. He is a silent witness as well as proof of the history of the glory of Islam in Spain in Andalusia.
or Cathedral of the Incarnation (Spanish: Catedral de Granada, Santa Iglesia Catedral Metropolitana de la Encarnación de Granada) is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Granada, capital of the province of the same name in the Autonomous Region of Andalusia, Spain. The cathedral is the seat of the Archdiocese of Granada.
Albaicín or Albayzin
as it was known under Muslim rule, is a district of Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. It preserves narrow, winding streets from the Moorish Middle Ages back to the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada. The region was inaugurated as a World Heritage Site in 1984, along with the Alhambra.
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