Granada, Spain: The Exquisite Alhambra
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Alhambra: Design & Architecture Detailed Guide ( Granada, Spain - Tour)
In this video we learn about the architectural features of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain. I'll share some travel tips too!
We'll examine the palace's Islamic design features, including vegetal, calligraphy and geometric patterns. This includes the colorful tile work that forms tessellations on the walls. These designs inspired MC Escher, to explore tessellations. Also, we will learn about the stalactite and honeycomb (Mocarabes and Muqarnas) that adorn the ceilings and archways.
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0:20 - Background Info: Moors & Granada
0:53 - Travel Tip #1
1:37 - Alcazaba Fortress
1:52 - Nasrid Palace Intro
2:18 - Mexuar Hall
2:28 - Islamic Art: Calligraphy, Vegetal & Geometric Patterns
2:52 - Tessellations & MC Escher
3:45 - Hall of the Golden Room
4:06 - Comares Palace Intro
4:15 - Hall of the Boat
4:41 - Hall of the Ambassadors (Throne Room): Wooden interlaced ceiling
5:18 - Court of the Myrtles: Reflection Pool
5:40 - Palace of the Lions Intro
6:07- Hall of Mocarabes: Explanation of Muqarnas & Mocarabes
6:40 - Hall of the Kings
6:52 - Hall of Abencerrajes: Star shaped Dome of Muqarnas & Mocarabes
7:21 - Hall of the Two Sisters
7:35 - Mirador de Daraxa (El Mirador de Lindaraja) - Stain-glassed ceiling
7:46 - Garden of the Partal
8:01 - Palace of Charles V: Renaissance Palace
8:13 - Generalife: Architect's Garden and Summer Palace
8:50 - Gate of Justice: Legend
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9:15 - Bus Travel to Córdoba
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The Alhambra is a palace and fortress complex located in Granada, Andalusia, Spain.
It was originally constructed as a small fortress in AD 889 on the remains of Roman fortifications, and then largely ignored until its ruins were renovated and rebuilt in the mid-13th century by the Nasrid emir Mohammed ben Al-Ahmar of the Emirate of Granada, who built its current palace and walls. It was converted into a royal palace in 1333 by Yusuf I, Sultan of Granada. After the conclusion of the Christian Reconquista in 1492, the site became the Royal Court of Ferdinand and Isabella (where Christopher Columbus received royal endorsement for his expedition), and the palaces were partially altered in the Renaissance style. In 1526 Charles I & V commissioned a new Renaissance palace better befitting the Holy Roman Emperor in the revolutionary Mannerist style influenced by Humanist philosophy in direct juxtaposition with the Nasrid Andalusian architecture, but it was ultimately never completed due to Morisco rebellions in Granada.
Visiting Alhambra in Granada, Spain
Come join us as we visit the Alhambra in Granada, Spain. Some places or attractions you visit don't live up to the hype; however, the Alhambra (الْحَمْرَاء) certainly does and having an opportunity to see its splendor from afar and up close is one of the greatest travel moment we've experienced in recent memory. As impressive as the Alhambra is from certain lookout points in Granada it is once you enter its grounds up close and person that you have a real appreciation for the intricate details and sheer size of the place. Our biggest suggestion when visiting the Alhambra (الْحَمْرَاء) is to give yourself plenty of time to take it all in. It is an attraction that is so impressive and massive that spending anything less than half a day does not do it justice.
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Good morning guys. As you can tell from the way we are dressed it is fill in the blank cold this morning. We're really excited to be exploring the Alhambra here in Granada. We are up bright and early. We sure are. We have tickets for 10 am to visit the Nasrid Palaces but we've come in early. We're going to have a look around visit the gardens. There is two reasons why we decided to come so early this morning. And it was actually minus temperatures this morning. That is why I'm dressed the way we are. We have our hats, we have our toques and we have our scarves on. Apparently there is the best light in the morning. And you beat the crowds a little bit. Let's do this.
The Alhambra is one of the most impressive sights in all of Spain and it receives over 2 million tourists every year. This complex of palaces, gardens and fortresses once formed the citadel that was part of the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada, which was the last Muslim dynasty to rule along the Iberian Peninsula from the years 1230 to 1492.
The Nasrid Palaces are a collection of rooms, courtyards, and spaces that were used for business, administration, and for private living quarters.
The architecture is characterized by its carved arabic inscriptions, its intricate cedar wood ceilings, and its colourful tiles arranged in geometric patterns.
Inside the Nasrid Palaces, we visited the Court of the Myrtles, whose key feature is a pool fed by two marble fountains. Not only did this help cool the palace, but it also acted as a symbol of power since water was usually in short supply.
From there we continued to the Hall of Ambassadors, which is the largest room in the Alhambra (الْحَمْرَاء). This was the grand reception room where the sultan’s throne was located. One of the most impressive aspects of this room is the carved wooden ceiling, which is a representation of the Seven Heavens of the Islamic Paradise.
Our next stop was the Palace of Charles the V, which stands out from the rest of the constructions at the Alhambra (الْحَمْرَاء). Construction of this palace was ordered by Charles the V who was Holy Roman Emperor at the time. He wanted to establish his residence close to the Alhambra palaces, though there is no evidence he ever lived here.
There was still plenty left to see in the Alhambra (الْحَمْرَاء), so our next stop was the Alcazaba. This is the oldest part of the Alhambra (الْحَمْرَاء) which was built as a stronghold for surveillance and defence. We climbed up the two towers, which offer some of the best views of Granada.
And that’s pretty much a wrap for our visit to the Alhambra (الْحَمْرَاء). We only spent a half day touring the grounds, but you could easily spend a full day there - especially if you visit in the spring or summer once the gardens are already in bloom. Our parting tips for the Alhambra are to visit with plenty of time, and to wear comfortable shoes because you will be walking around a lot! That’s it for now, and we’ll see you in the next video.
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Yasin Maymir, Travel Organizer of Ilimtour Muslim Travel Agency, located in Granada, Andalusia (Spain) is the host of CNN team for this program.
With him as a tour guide inside The Alhambra Palaces, you travel back to Islamic times of Granada. He gives all his knowledge and passion during its Alhambra Muslim Tour.
Join him! and learn a lot of interesting facts about the Islamic History of Alhambra Complex, an UNESCO World Heritage.
And there is more, during the Alhambra Muslim Tour you will get a transcription of the Arab inscriptions on the walls, a very enriching experience, reading texts like: The one who speaks well should be respected.
Alhambra Muslim Tour is definitely an unforgetable tour!
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ALHAMBRA Granada Walking Tour | Amazing Islamic Palace Andalusia - Spain
The Alhambra Granada is one of the most visited monumental sites in Spain. It is a unique and exceptional example of an Arab palatial city from the Middle Ages. Alhambra are Islamic palaces were built for the last Muslim emirs in Spain and become an ancient megastructure for world.
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From Hall of the Ambassadors please take a closer look at the stars on the ceiling; you can marvel at the delicacy of the wooden stalactite-shaped prisms known as mocárabes in the Hall of the Two Sisters; see the restored fountain in the Courtyard of the Lions, and see in close-up the decorative motifs, inscriptions and the tiles in the Comares Bath. You can also visit sites such as the Captive's Tower and the Queen's Dressing Room, which are not normally open to the public.
This visit offers the chance to see every tiny detail of the most important architectural spaces in this astounding place: the Alcazaba, the Mexuar, the Court of the Myrtles, the Golden Room, the Mullioned Window Room, the Palace of Charles V, the Generalife palace… You'll also be treated to some exceptional views of the city of Granada from the Alhambra itself. Another essential view of this Nasrid site –against the backdrop of the mountains of the Sierra Nevada– can be seen from the San Nicolás viewing point in the Albaicín quarter. Simply spectacular.
There are 3 main part of Alhambra:
1. Generalife. This area includes: The New Gardens, Patio for Dismounting (Patio del Descabalgamiento), Court of Access (Patio de Acceso), Court of the Water Channel (Patio de la Acequia), Court of the Sultana, Upper Gardens and Oleander Walk.
2. Alcazaba is the military area within the grounds of the Monument. The following areas may be visited: the terrace of the Bucket Tower (Torre del Cubo), the ramparts of the northern wall, the Arms Square (Plaza de Armas) with an urban military district (Barrio Castrense), the terrace of the Arms Gate (Terraza de la Puerta de las Armas), the Watchtower (Torre de la Vela) and the Ramparts´ garden (Jardín de los Adarves).
3. Nasrid Palace. This area includes: Mexuar: Hall, Oratory, Gilded Room and Patio.Comares Palace: Court of the Myrtles (Patio de los Arrayanes), Hall of the Boat (Sala de la Barca), the Ambassadors´ Hall (Salon de Embajadores). Palace of the Lions (Palacio de los Leones): Sala de los Mocárabes, Patio, Sala de los Abencerrajes, Hall of the Kings (Sala de los Reyes), Hall of the Two Sisters (Sala de Dos Hermanas), The Emperor's Chambers, Belvedere, Court of the Wrought Iron Grille (Patio de la Reja), Garden of Lindarja.
El Partal: Gallery of the Palace (Portico del Palacio), Gardens and walkways, Rauda, Palace of Yusuf III and the Towers Walk.
Admission to the Nasrid Palaces is only allowed during the time slot shown on the ticket.
This vlog is about my first travel experience in Spain especially in Andalusia using flight, train and bus. After one day tour in Cordoba to visit Mesquita Cordoba I went to Granada by Alsa Bus. I also visit Granada grand mosque in Albaycin area
Here are all my spain trips :
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Alhambra, Generalife and Albayzín, Granada (UNESCO/NHK)
Rising above the modern lower town, the Alhambra and the Albaycín, situated on two adjacent hills, form the medieval part of Granada. To the east of the Alhambra fortress and residence are the magnificent gardens of the Generalife, the former rural residence of the emirs who ruled this part of Spain in the 13th and 14th centuries. The residential district of the Albaycín is a rich repository of Moorish vernacular architecture, ...
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The Alhambra is one of Europe's most visited attractions.
Located in southern Spain, in the city of Granada, the original Alhambra complex was built in the 9th century, then rebuilt by the moors in the 11th century.
Slowly the Alhambra was transformed and by the mid-1300's was a palace as well as a fortress.
After the moors were defeated, the Alhambra continually evolved under subsequent monarchs and therefore boasts both Muslim and Christian architecture.
The detail throughout the Alhambra is undeniably extraordinary but delicate.
Because of this, the number of visitors to the Alhambra are limited so you will need to get your ticket in advance and you must have the printed copy with the barcode. Each visitor to Alhambra's palace has an allotted time that you are allowed to enter, make sure you don't miss it.
Please visit our website for more useful tips and information.
Also, when your finished your tour be sure to take a seat in one of Granada's many cafe's to enjoy a view of the Alhambra from a distance!
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VISIT THE ALHAMBRA (GRANADA, SPAIN) HOW WE DID IT
Today, we explore the Alhambra! The Alhambra is a beautiful fortress and palace that is a must see when visiting Granada, Spain. We walk you through how we purchased our tickets (and how much they were), how to get to the entrance, and some tips on visiting a special area of the complex.
And of course our travel vlog wouldn't be complete if it didn't include some type of food. After spending the day in Alhambra, we attempted a tapas tour... Which didn't go exactly to plan, watch to see where we ended up!
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Al'Hambra Palaces, Spain Part 4 الحمرا (Travel Documentary in Urdu Hindi)
The Alhambra الْحَمْرَاء The Red One, the complete Arabic form of which was Qalat Al-Hamra) is a palace and fortress complex located in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. It was originally constructed as a small fortress in AD 889 on the remains of Roman fortifications, and then largely ignored until its ruins were renovated and rebuilt in the mid-13th century by the Nasrid emir Mohammed ben Al-Ahmar of the Emirate of Granada, who built its current palace and walls. It was converted into a royal palace in 1333 by Yusuf I, Sultan of Granada. After the conclusion of the Christian Reconquista in 1492, the site became the Royal Court of Ferdinand and Isabella (where Christopher Columbus received royal endorsement for his expedition), and the palaces were partially altered in the Renaissance style. In 1526 Charles I & V commissioned a new Renaissance palace better befitting the Holy Roman Emperor in the revolutionary Mannerist style influenced by Humanist philosophy in direct juxtaposition with the Nasrid Andalusian architecture, but it was ultimately never completed due to Morisco rebellions in Granada.
Alhambra's last flowering of Islamic palaces were built for the last Muslim emirs in Spain during the decline of the Nasrid dynasty, who were increasingly subject to the Christian Kings of Castile. After being allowed to fall into disrepair for centuries, the buildings occupied by squatters, Alhambra was rediscovered following the defeat of Napoleon, who had conducted retaliatory destruction of the site. The rediscoverers were first British intellectuals and then other north European Romantic travelers. It is now one of Spain's major tourist attractions, exhibiting the country's most significant and well-known Islamic architecture, together with 16th-century and later Christian building and garden interventions. The Alhambra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the inspiration for many songs and stories.
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Alhambra in Granada, Andalusia - Spain 4K Travel Channel
The Alhambra, an impressive palace and fortress complex on the hill in Granada, is undoubtedly one of the most famous buildings in Spain and one of the most visited attractions in Andalusia.
The Sabikah Hill of Granada was already inhabited in pre-Roman times. After the conquest of the Iberian Peninsula by the Moors, they built a castle here. The castle withstands some wars against the caliphate of Cordoba and uprisings of the population. Later, the Almoravids and Almohads took control and further extended the castle to a fortress.
When Muhammad ibn Yusuf ibn Nasr had to escape under the pressure of Castille and Leon to the south, he could conquer Granada and made it the capital of his new empire. This resulted in a huge flow of refugees, that caused an economic and cultural upswing. After disputes with Ibn Hud of Murcia, he pledged himself to a vassalage of Ferdinand III of Kastilien, in order to retain his empire. As Emir Mohammed I ibn Nasr, he founded the Nazarite dynasty and ordered the construction of the citadel (Alcazaba) and the expansion of the Alhambra as the residence.
As the interface between the Christian kingdoms and North Africa, the following sovereigns had to form shifting alliances in order to keep the country independent. Often the Strait of Gibraltar was at the center of conflicts of interest. Some rulers were dethroned, others killed. Intrigue, coups, and assassinations were almost normal.
Under Yussuf I, the Nazari kingdom reached its peak despite the turmoil. The influence of the Moroccans was stopped, but Granada had no allies against Castile. Yussuf I built the Nasrid Palace and the Comares Tower, the heart of the Alhambra.
The country could be consolidated again and given a new lease of life only under Muhammad V. Muhammad was friends with Peter of Castile (the Cruel), who was weakened even in the Castilian civil war. A cultural single combat developed. Peter of Castile commissioned to built the Alcazar in Seville in the Moorish style, with master builders from Granada. In turn, Muhammad built the Lion's Palace in the Alhambra which is the masterpiece of Moorish architecture in Europe to this day.
The Nasrid Palaces also include the summer palace Generalife.
Later, the Alhambra still was supplemented with the palace of Charles V, which was never completed.
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Alhambra, die imposante Stadtburg auf einem Hügel von Granada, zählt zweifelsohne zu den berühmtesten Bauwerken Spaniens und ist eine der meistbesuchten Attraktionen in der Region Andalusien.
Bereits in vorrömischer Zeit war der Sabikah-Hügel von Granada besiedelt bis die Mauren nach der Eroberung der Iberischen Halbinsel hier eine Burg erbauten. Diese bestand ihre Bewährungsprobe in einigen Kriegen gegen das Kalifat von Cordoba und bei Aufständen der Bevölkerung. Später übernahmen die Almoraviden und Almohaden die Macht und bauten die Burg zur Festung weiter aus.
Als Muhammad ibn Yussuf ibn Nasr immer stärker unter dem Druck von Kastillien und Leon nach Süden ausweichen musste, konnte er Granada erobern und machte es zur Hauptstadt seines neuen Reiches. In der Folge kam es zu einem enormen Flüchtlingszustrom, der einen wirtschaftlichen und kulturellen Aufschwung zur Folge hatte. Nach Streitigkeiten mit Ibn Hud von Murcia mußte er aber mit Ferdinand III. von Kastilien ein Vasallenverhältnis eingehen um sein Reich zu behalten Als Emir Muhammad I. ibn Nasr gründete er die Nasriden-Dynastie und veranlasste den Bau der Zitadelle (Alcazaba) und den Ausbau der Alhambra zur Residenz.
An der Schnittstelle zwischen den christlichen Königreichen und Nord-Afrika mussten die folgenden Herrscher wechselnde Bündnisse eingehen, um das Land eigenständig zu erhalten. Häufig stand die Meerenge von Gibraltar im Mittelpunkt der Interessenkonflikte. Einige Herrscher wurden abgesetzt, andere ermordet. Intrigen, Putsche und Morde waren fast normal.
Unter Yussuf I. erreichte das Nasriden-Reich trotz der Turbulenzen seinen Höhepunkt. Der Einfluss der Marokkaner war gestoppt, allerdings hatte Granada auch keinen Verbündeten mehr gegen Kastilien. Yussuf I errichtete den Nasriden Palast und den Comarenturm, das Herzstück der Alhambra. Zu den Nasriden Palästen gehört auch der Sommerpalast Generalife.
Erst unter Muhammad V. konnte das Land wieder stabilisiert und zu neuer Blüte gebracht werden. Muhammad war mit Peter I. (der Grausame) von Kastillien befreundet, der selbst im kastilischen Bürgerkrieg geschwächt war. Es entwickelte sich ein kultureller Zweikampf. Peter I. lies in Sevilla den Alcazar mit Baumeistern aus Granada im maurischen Stil errichte. Muhammad wiederum erbaute den Löwenpalast in der Alhambra, der bis heute das Glanzstück maurischer Architektur in Europa ist.
Später wurde die Alhambra noch um den nie vollendeten Palast von König Karl V. ergänzt.
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La Alhambra - Documental
El palacio de la Alhambra, construido en la Granada medieval, España, es el mayor ejemplo de la arquitectura militar islámica en Europa. En 1238, el sultán Muhammad I se retira a esta región para crear un bastión que proteja a su familia contra el ataque cristiano. En el contexto de la guerra y el terror, comienza un proyecto de construcción que tendrá una duración de más de un siglo y medio. Revelamos la historia de la ingeniería de uno de los palacios más bellos del mundo en medio del caos de la Guerra Santa.
Simplemente, ¿cómo pudo el Sultan Muhammad I construir una fortaleza tan inexpugnable? ¿Cómo lo hizo subir el agua desde el río Darro a 100 metros para el riego de sus jardines y un novedoso sistema conocido como acequias? Y por qué es la geometría griega una parte crucial de esta obra maestra musulmana? Este documental da vida a la historia de la arquitectura y traiciones políticas que dieron origen a lo que es posiblemente el ejemplo más gloriosa de la arquitectura árabe en la existencia.
El palacio de la Alhambra y los magníficos jardines del Generalife, la antigua residencia rural de los emires que gobernaron esta parte de España en los siglos 13 y 14, siendo una torre por encima de una ciudad moderna.
The Adhan is Called at Alhambra Palace
This is the moment a man called the Adhan at the Alhambra palace in Spain.
The Adhan was called by Mouaz Al-Nass who is of Syrian Origin. He told IlmFeed he felt the walls had missed 'hearing the call to Allah'.
Muslims came to Spain in 711 and ruled for almost 800 years and the Alhambra palace was built by the Muslim Rulers of Granada.
In 1492, Granada came under Christian rule and Muslims were forced to convert to Christianity or risked facing torture. Many converted outwardly but practiced Islam secretly.
By 1501, no Muslims officially remained in Granada.
Alhambra 4K Granada | Virtual tour travel guide
Alhambra 4K is a video that let you travel to the interior of the Alhambra palace to discover it as a virtual tour. Travel to the ancient building which is located in the city of Granada, Andalusia. Famous by being one of the most visited monument in Spain by tourists.
For more tourist info, guide and tickets visit the official website.
Descubre el palacio nazarí de la Alhambra de Granada desde sus ángulos más cinematográficos. Situado al este de Andalucía, es famoso por ser uno de los monumentos españoles que más turistas reciben a lo largo del año.
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In this video we're off to take some Travel Photography at the classic Alhambra in Granada Spain. Unfortunately it was a pretty crummy day, but we still got a lot of good reflection shots and detailed design images.
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