Perched at the top of the gorgeous Granada, Spain(home to my special Spanish affair) is one of the must-see’s in the city, if not the country — La Alhambra.

The well-preserved 9th century Arabic palace, whose name means “red mountain,” is one of those magnificent spots in the city, which combines history with romance. Here, people can wander through the lush gardens, grab a seat on ancient stone to enjoy stunning views of the town below, and also learn about an important part of the region’s history.

La Alhambra’s intricate architecture is complemented by the remaining frescoes and original art. This flower can be found on the wall in one of the rooms.

6 comments

  1. I love Southern Spain both from culture and environment! There are so many interesting spots to see and it looks so different from Norther Spain that it seems to be in another country! I like the picks as well!

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