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This museum near the Cathedral is well worth a visit. There are some absolutely amazing decorative interiors showing the excellence of medieval Arab architecture. The Prayer Room is remarkably well preserved, and although some of the decorations have been restored, it is done faithfully according...More
Passed by this hidden gem along Calle Oficious, and surprised by the beautiful interior of the cultural center. Truly a must-see center in Granada. Too bad, visitors were not allowed to go upstairs. Looking up the staircase, the huge painting was an imposing piece. It...More
La Madraza is central: right next to the Cathedral. It is free to wander into the courtyard, from where you can peek into the beautiful prayer room. (You can pay €2 more to access the prayer room, but we didn’t feel it was necessary to...More
Right opposite the Royal Tombs. Visit this as an elegant answer to the overegged marble Royal Tombs. Pay a couple of Euros to enter into the room and marvel at the elegant decorative beehive plasterwork. Upstairs is different European fare to be enjoyed.
After the dwarfing experience of the vast cathedral we slipped round the corner & quickly located the Madraza.
Fortunately it has survived be being used as civic offices and lately, I believe, As part of the university.
We entered an peeped over the rails at...More
A part of university of Granada, it used to be a madrassa (muslim school n college with hostel). Many renowned Muslim scholars studied in it e.g imam Shatib and Ibn e Khuldun. It's in an alley and we discovered it by chance near cathedral which...More