A la Abadía del Sacromonte, sita al noreste de la ciudad española de Granada, se accede bien por el camino del Sacromonte, que se inicia en el Peso de la Harina situado en la mitad de la Cuesta del Chapiz, o bien por el camino de San Antonio partiendo de Haza Grande.
The Albaicín or Albayzín as it was known under Muslim rule, is a district of Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. It retains the narrow winding streets of its Medieval Moorish past dating back to the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984, along with the Alhambra.
The Alcazaba, a fortress, is one of the oldest part of the Alhambra, as is the case of the Vermilion Towers (Torres Bermejas). It is thought that before it was built and before the Muslims arrived to Granada, there were already several constructions in the same area.
The Alhambra's most westerly feature is the Alcazaba (citadel), a strongly fortified position built to protect the original post-Roman districts of Iliberri, now 'Centro', and Gárnata al-yahūd ('Granada of the Jews', now Realejo, and the Moorish suburb of El Albayzín.
Behind the Puerta de las Granadas (Pomegranates Gate) are Las Alamedas, the Alhambra forest, which are found on the edge of the Alhambra starting at the gate and continue until the Torre del Agua (The Tower of the Pointed Embattlements), including the new walkways, Torres Bermejas (Crimson Tower) and hill up to the Generalife.
Archaeological Museum of Granada - Galleries and Latest Exhibitions Building y Galleries of Archaeological Museum of Granada The House of Castril, where is located the Archaeological Museum was built by the heirs of Hernando de Zafra (secretary of the Catholic Kings).
Opening Hours of the Basilica de las Angustias Basilica de las Angustias open in the hours of worship. Working Days: 08:00, 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 20:00 hours. Holidays and Sundays: 08:00, 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 18:00 hours. Contact Details Address: Basilica Nuestra Senora de Las Angustias, Carrera del Genil s/n, Granada.
La Basílica de San Juan de Dios es el centro espiritual de la Orden Hospitalaria, hoy extendida por todos los rincones del mundo y uno de los focos pastorales de gran importancia en la ciudad de Granada, ya que aquí se encuentra el Santo Sepulcro de Nuestro Fundador San Juan de Dios, patrón de Granada, de enfermos, enfermeros, bomberos, libreros, GOE, Real Maestranza de Caballería y patrón Universal de Hospitales.
The Carmen de los Martires (Carmen of the Martyrs) is located in the surroundings of the Alhambra, south of the walled enclosure with just over seven hectares known by the Christians as the Corral de Captives, and subsequently Campo de los Martires.
Granada, mora y cristiana, cultural y universitaria, es una ciudad monumental que cautiva los sentidos. Guadix y El Marquesado Comparte con El Altiplano la tradición de sus gentes de vivir bajo tierra, que ha dado lugar a las singulares casas cueva.
What is Corral del Carbon? Located in Calle Mariana Pineda, in the heart of Granada, Corral del Carbon is the oldest monument left us by the Arabs. It was was built in the fourteenth century by Yusuf I and was Coal yard, warehousing of goods and shelter of merchants.
On the other side of the Gate of the Pomegranates is the Alhambra wood, with a road and two side trails. Generalife Meadow In addition to being a natural reserve and a rustic area, the park has sporting facilities, hiking paths and places of archaeological interest.
The Generalife became a leisure place for the kings of Granada when they wanted to get away from the official affairs of the palace. It was built in the 13th century and it was redecorated by the king Abu I-Walid Isma'il (1313-1324), as it is explained by an inscription that dates from 1319.
Monuments in Granada, Spain: Catedral de Granada. Andalusia through its monuments. Location, history, public transport, schedule, how and when to visit them. Information on guided visits to Catedral de Granada, culture, history, art, etnography of Granada, Andalucía, Spain.
Granada Charterhouse Step through the austere façade of this ancient religious complex and into one of the grandest and most lavishly decorated Carthusian monasteries in Spain. Granada Charterhouse’s plain façade betrays little hint of the extravagant décor within, a blend of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles.
Gate of Seven Floors. Gate of Seven Floors. Alhambra of Ganada. Gate of the Arrabal. Gate of the Arrabal. Alhambra of Granada. Gate of Arms. Gate of Arms. Alhambra of Granada. Gate of Wine. The Gate of Wine is used as the starting and ending point of the guided tour to the Alcazaba.
The Royal Monastery of St. Jerome (Spanish: Real Monasterio de San Jerónimo de Granada) is a Roman Catholic Hieronymite monastery in Granada, Spain. Architecturally, it is in the Renaissance style. The church, famous for its architecture, was the first in the world consecrated to the Immaculate Conception of Mary.
Charles V, King and elected Emperor, was a monarch that was travelling throughout Europe when he decided to build his Palace in the Alhambra. His aim was not to establish his capital in Granada but to build another royal residence, significant for its symbolic value and location: a Muslim citadel conquered by his grandparents, the Catholic Monarchs.
Como en todos los edificios nazaríes, el Palacio de Dar Al-Horra gira alrededor de su patio central. En los sus lados este y oeste se encuentran diversas habitaciones y en el resto pórticos. En los sus lados este y oeste se encuentran diversas habitaciones y en el resto pórticos.
Home: : Out & About: : García Lorca Park What was once the countryside surrounding the home of famed poet, author, and playwright Federico García Lorca is now an enchanting park named after him. Perfect for a lazy late afternoon stroll or a relaxed picnic lunch, take the opportunity to revel in its footpaths lined with trees, bushes, and blossoms.
A partir de ahora, será “más fácil” comprar una entrada para visitar el Conjunto Monumental, ya que el usuario tendrá la posibilidad de adquirir su ticket por internet ( tickets.alhambra-patronato.es) entre tres meses antes y hasta dos horas antes de la visita, y todas las entradas estarán personalizadas con el DNI o pasaporte.
Sacromonte, sometimes also called Sacramonte, is a traditional neighbourhood of the eastern area of the city of Granada in Andalusia, Spain. It is one of the six neighbourhoods that make up the urban district Albayzín and limits with the neighbourhoods of Albayzín, San Pedro, Realejo-San Matías, El Fargue and Haza Grande.
Public Foundation The Legacy of al-Andalus (ES) El legado andalusí is a public foundation run by the Regional Government of Andalusia. Its honorary chairman is HM King Juan Carlos I of Spain and its executive chairman is the President of the Regional Government of Andalusia, Mr. José Antonio Griñán.