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Dar al-Horra, Granada
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Avevo messo in programma la visita a questo palazzo sito nei pressi dell'Albaicin, visto tra l'altro che il sabato mattina l'ingresso è gratuito. Assolutamente nulla di che. Ci sono ben altri palazzi ... read more »I had scheduled a visit to this building site near the Albaicin, saw among other things that the Saturday morning admission is free. Absolutely nothing of that. There are other palaces in Andalucia and among other things the wall became a receptacle of dog poop that rude hosts take you on the sly. If you have a hole in the flight schedule, go for it. Otherwise it does nothing.show original
C'est la seule visite sur le pass Dobla de Oro qui nous a plu tant pour le palis que pour le jardin où nous avons trouvé un peu d'ombre !!!This is the only visit on the pass Dobla de Oro who enjoyed both the palis for the garden where we found a bit of shade!show original
El palacio de Dar Al-Horra (De la Honesta),madre de Boabdil (Rey Chico) el último dignatario del reino nazarí. Magnifico ejemplo de la arquitectura palatina, semejante a la Alhambra.El patio que da di... read more »The Palace of Dar Al - Horra (of the Honestà), mother of Boabdil (King guy) the last dignitary of the Nasrid Kingdom. Magnificent example of Palatine, similar to the Alhambra.El architecture courtyard which gives distribution to the various units, is a marvel. The plasterwork of the upper floor where they emphasize their niches with filigree arches and the gazebo overlooking the Albaicin.Este Palace is part of the route of the gold foldingshow original
Simple but nice nevertheless. View from the second floor is great.
Alguien pepilloA beautiful placeshow original
Sara NavarroIt is a place that takes you back in time to such intimate but sumptuous spaces above all women of the Nasrid world should inhabit. I love the orchard and the viewpoint from which I imagine the Queen Aixa melancholic facing the Alhambra. The best view of the Palace is from the other side of the wall, below the viewpoint of San Cristobal.show original
Luis PuertasDar al - Horra is a Nasrid Palace located in the District of the Albaicín. It was built in the 15th century, over a previous ziri, the 11th century palace.show original
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