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We were lucky as we saw a very smart Wedding being held here. So the next day we went in (for one euro each) and saw the most beautiful display of flowers decorating the quite beautiful Altar. Even without the Wedding flowers this is a...More
For some strange reason as we walked around Grenada every interesting Church we came upon was either closed or closing senor or no tourists ? Happened at several but at least we got to enjoy the architecture from outside !
Travelling on the green Granada city tour bus, I always adored this little church in front of the Royal Chancery of Granada.Once, when we walked down from Alhambra, we had the chance to have a closer look. This nearly 500 years old catholic church was...More
Our apartment balcony faced this small but charming 16th century church at Plaza Santa Ana (just past Plaza Nueva on the way to the Alhambra.) When we saw a man at a table, selling tickets for 1.50 euros each (for conservation costs), we hurried over....More
The San Gil y Santa Ana Church in Granada was built in 1501 in place of the mosque of Almanzra.
It stands in an attractive square - the Plaza de Santa Ana. Nearby is another beautiful building, the Real Chancillería de Granada.
To the north-east...More