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Often this old (more as 1000 years ) wall with her towers, and very good preserved, date of the Arabian period, is forgotten to visit, no, it's also a fortress to admire, if you are not to tired after the visit of The Alhambra.
I love walls and fortifications and when I see these walls from satellite picture, I couldn’t wait to see it. With our timescale, we could only visit to southern walls and that was disappointing. Of course I see some parts of walls, some gate, but...More
The walls, the community, shops, incredible vistas, the small streets, the culture - they all still exude that unique medieval Moorish history that has fascinated me since I have read about Granada's history.
The Albaicin area actually has two main hills, and both preserve the only substantial stretches of the old Arab walls, from different eras: the wall on the southern hill, behind the Mirador de San Nicolas, is from the 11th century (Zirid dynasty), and the one...More