The Alhambra Palace, Granada
(the red one)
Granada, Spain, 1238-1358
The Alhambra (the red one), is a palatine city of the Nasrid sultans. It is not only one of the most celebrated of the monuments created under their patronage, but also one of the most renowned works of world architecture. Palaces of the Alhambra are famous for the interplay of the architecture within its landscape, exemplified in its views framed by its many pavilions and towers, as well as by its famous interior courtyards.
Founded by the first Nasrid sultan, Muhammad I, who came to power in 1232, the complex underwent frequent add…
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