Casa de Zafra, Granada
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Proposé dans le pass de Dobla de Oro ... Palais sans beaucoup d'intérêt et dont on fait rapidement le tour.Proposed in the pass of Dobla de Oro... Palace without a lot of interest and we quickly made the rounds.show original
Uno de los personajes más influyentes en la firma de las Capitulaciones de Granada, fue el secretario del la Reina, Don Hernándo de Zafra y en recompensa por su labor los Reyes Católicos, le donaron d... read more »One of the most influential in the signing of the capitulation of Granada, was the Secretary of the Queen, Don Hernándo of harvest and in reward for his work the Catholic Kings, donated you two full blocks of houses of the Nasrid nobility, of which only one, the others were demolished for the construction of the convent of Santa Catalina de Zafra.La House is easy to find it , following the alley of the southern wall of the convent, find a beautiful nazari House restored and dedicated to center of interpretation of the Albayzín.show original
Nos encanto ver esta pequeña casa,como vivian las familias en esa epoca.Eramos los unicos turistas viendola,algo escondida pero facil de encontrar.Un remanso de pazWe love to see this little house, as vivian families at that time. We were the only tourists seeing, something hidden but easy of find. A haven of peaceshow original
Maxime VinetA bit tricky to find. Interesting timeline that summarizes compared global historical facts with the historical facts of Granadashow original
Fabi SalinasYou should visit!show original
Soley Sánchez NavarroIt is a very well-preserved historic site. With extensive information in its rooms to learn more about the rich history of the city. And the best is gratiiiiis!show original
Luis M. LuqueIt's free to enter so nothing is not lost, but really there is nothing interesting within. The only thing a little courtyard and its architecture. If you go through the door as if it comes, but if you do not pass go with regard to this site.show original
Juan Alberto López JiménezIn harvest House there is interesting information about the origins of Granada and the Muslim era. It is worth visiting itshow original
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