The famous Moorish palace in Granada, Spain is called the Alhambra.
The Alhambra is a beautiful Moorish Palace in Granada. It was the seat of the last Moorish ruler in Spain.
The last of the Moorish states in Spain was Granada
The last of the Moorish states in Spain was Granada.
Granada was the site of the last Moorish kingdom in Spain. It was surrendered to Isabel and Ferdinand in 1492.
The Alhambra ("The Red Fortress") is a fortified palace in Granada in Spain which was built by the Moors during the period of Moorish control around 1300 AD. The Alhambra was built as the residence of the Muslim kings, and their court, of Granada.
Granada was the last city to be Moorish territory.
Isabella did not "throw" the last Moorish king out of Granada. Isabella AND Ferdinand defeated him and he surrendered. Isabelle didn't do it by herself.
The Alhambra Palace is in Granada.
Alhambra Palace is a very famous royal place which was built in the year 1333. The Alhambra Palace is specifically situated in Granada, Andalusia, Spain.
I think you mean the Alhambra in Granada...?
The Alhambra Palace is located in Granada, Spain
The Alhambra is in Granada Spain.
One definite Muslim palace I know of is the Alhambra near Granada in Southern Spain. It was taken over by the Christian Reconquista later in its history but still retains all the features of traditional Moorish/Islamic architecture.
The Alhambra Palace is located in Granada in Southern Spain.
The most popular landmark in Spain is probably the Alhambra Palace in Granada.
If you mean the Alhambra Palace, then it is located in Granada Spain.
The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the Cathedral in Seville, the Alhambra Palace in Granada, the Sagrada Familia Church in Barcelona, and Mulhacen Peak in the Sierra Nevada Mountains are all famous landmarks of Spain.
That would be the Alhambra Palace in Grenada. This Moorish building and its art had a profound affect on the works of Escher. The tile work introduced him to the concept of regular division which eventually lead to the concept of tessellations.
The armies of Isabel I of Castille and Ferdinand V of Aragon. They drove out the last Moorish King of Granada in 1492
Spain did not yet exist in 1450, as it was still divided in (mostly) the kingdoms of Castilla, Aragon and the Moorish kingdom of Granada.
The Alhambra in Granada, Spain. It is a magnificent structure.