Monday’s Postcard: Grenada, Spain

Posted on 27. Jun, 2011 by in Travel

This week brings us in the beautiful Andalusia region in Southern Spain, where I have been lucky enough to visit a few times.

The Alhambra is an amazing attraction, not just for its beauty itself but also because of its location and history. Built to be both a royal residence and a fortress, it is today one of the most important piece of Muslim architecture outside the Middle East. The fine details of the arches, the grandeur of the gardens and the imagination behind every section of the Alhambra are certainly worth the visit, as well as the incredible views on the city of Grenada, the Albayzin and the Sierra Nevadas mountains nearby.

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Alhambra, Grenada


While I have hundreds of snaps I can’t wait to share, if you would like to have your own published here, send me an email and I will be happy to look through your work and find the perfect fit for this feature.

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One Response to “Monday’s Postcard: Grenada, Spain”

  1. puertoricoistheplace

    04. Jul, 2011

    Beautiful indeed!

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