San Martin bridge was built in 1203 to replace a previous bridge made out of wooden boats that was destroyed by floods. It ... More
Puente de San Martín
San Martin bridge was built in 1203 to replace a previous bridge made out of wooden boats that was destroyed by floods. It too was partially demolished in the fourteenth century when the city was under siege during civil war in the Kingdom of Castille but was restored shortly afterwards. San Martin bridge has five arches and is flanked by two solid defensive towers with decorative facades.
The Puente de Alcántara bridge has a history that pre dates its Islamic name (in Arabic "alcántara" means bridge). It
was originally constructed in the Roman era. It was later destroyed then rebuilt during Arabic times (854). In 1257 ...
Located in Plaza del Conde and close to Santo Tome church, this mansion was built by the first Count of
Fuensalida, Don Pedro Lopez de Ayala, in 1440. It is Mudejar (Moorish Spanish) in style and the two storey ...
This is the only remaining Murabit or Muslim place of worship left standing in all of Granada. It was converted
into a catholic chapel in 1615. The small domed building with a pointed horseshoe arch is located near the ...
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