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  • 09 nov. 2018

    WASHINGTON IRVING, A HONOR GUEST IN THE ALHAMBRA

    Cathégories: Monuments

    It’s clear. Living in the Alhambra is a dream that only a few have fulfilled. Washington Irving (1783-1859) was one of the lucky ones.

    Probably, you ask yourself who was he. Irvin ...

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  • 31 oct. 2018

    La casa del Chapiz

    Cathégories: Essentiels

    At the beginning of the Camino del Sacromonte there are two manor houses forming a complex, called Casa del Chapiz.

    These two Moorish houses have their origin in the S XIV and combine ...

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  • 18 juil. 2018

    Flamencolorquiano

    Cathégories: Essentiels

    Granada is the city of one of the most important poets of the Generation of 1927, Federico García Lorca. His hometown pays tribute to this figure one more year with a new edition of the ...

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  • 25 janv. 2018

    Gates of the Alhambra

    Cathégories: Monuments

    Throughout history, Granada has lived many battles between different cultures who wanted to get the control of the city. This is why the Alhambra, one of the highlights of the city, was totally ...

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  • 23 août 2017

    Albaicín, the oldest quarter in Granada

    Cathégories: Essentiels

    The Albaicín is an old Arab quarter that covers the area located between the Alhambra ...

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  • 26 juil. 2017

    Federico García Lorca, a poet in Granada

    Cathégories: Essentiels

    Federico García Lorca, the famous poet and dramatist, found in the wonderful city of Granada his source of inspiration and success. From Granada City ...

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  • 09 juin 2017

    Feria de Granada

    Cathégories: Fêtes traditionnelles

    From the 10th to the 17th of June, Granada dresses up to celebrate its most famous festivity, the Feria de Granada, also known as Corpus Cristi.

    Although other fairs in Andalusia are ...

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  • 22 mai 2017

    Subterranean Granada

    Cathégories: Essentiels

    Granada is famous for its monuments and constructions, legacy of the civilizations that were set in the city throughout history: Christians, Jews and Muslims. Result of this legacy, the city ...

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  • 20 avr. 2017

    Granada Paradiso, silent and classic film festival

    Cathégories: Fêtes traditionnelles

    Sometimes, gaze and gestures are worth a thousand words, or else, you only have to ask silent film lovers. If you are one of them, you have a date in Granada between the 19th of April and the ...

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  • 16 mars 2017

    Tea Houses Street in Granada

    Cathégories: Essentiels

    In the very heart of Granada we find Calle de las Teterias (Tea Houses Street), a corner renamed as the little Marrakech of Granada because of the smell of tea, the decoration of the tea houses ...

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