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Right opposite the Royal Tombs. Visit this as an elegant answer to the overegged marble Royal Tombs. Pay a couple of Euros to enter into the room and marvel at the elegant decorative beehive plasterwork. Upstairs is different European fare to be enjoyed.
After the dwarfing experience of the vast cathedral we slipped round the corner & quickly located the Madraza.
Fortunately it has survived be being used as civic offices and lately, I believe, As part of the university.
We entered an peeped over the rails at...More
A part of university of Granada, it used to be a madrassa (muslim school n college with hostel). Many renowned Muslim scholars studied in it e.g imam Shatib and Ibn e Khuldun. It's in an alley and we discovered it by chance near cathedral which...More
It is the hidden gem of the historic center!!! Unbelievable design for an Andalucian school . After ur visit you can go to alcaicaria where you will find a number of souvenirs shops with moderate prices.
Nice place for a visit near the Cathedral! It’s not too big, but rooms with intricate muqarnas vaults you can see there up close we’re really beautiful! The opening hours are rather limited, so check them out before ten visit.
Located near the Cathedral, the exterior is a magnificent and elaborate piece of Spanish baroque architecture, hiding a complex interior which retains the only Nasrid architecture remaining in the area.
The building has had a chequered history. Originally a college, in the main area of...More