Rooftops of Granada

Chief among the dominant memories of Granada –  which also included enjoying olives, sangria, sunshine and good company while watching World Cup games – is the Alhambra. The palaces, and particularly the gardens, come to mind as places I’d like to visit again.

Given its elevated site, the Alhambra presents you another treat: great views of the region. Here, you see rooftops of the town, including views toward the Royal Chapel of Granada, the resting place of Spain’s Queen Isabella (1451-1504) and King Ferdinand II (1452-1516).

Granada from the Alhambra 9572 Copyright Shelagh Donnelly

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5 thoughts on “Rooftops of Granada

  1. some lovely colours and pictures here.

    IN grade 12 our school choir sang a lovely song in Spanish about Granada. Strangely I still remember part of the song, but my Spanish wouldn’t allow me to try and spell it for you 😦

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    1. Aren’t they, though? Thanks for continuing to pop on to my site (I enjoy your landscapes in particular), and all the very best to you for photography and teaching in the year ahead.

      Shelagh

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