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a fortified Moorish palace built near Granada by Muslim kings in the Middle Ages

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Besides the silent auction and fashion show highlighting designs on a theme of Courage, attendees will enjoy hors d'oeuvres by the lavish Alhambra Palace and remarks by personal finance expert Janice Goldman Picker.
The Alhambra Palace, originally built as a small fortress in 889, was constructed in the style we know today by the Moorish Nasrid emirs in the 13th and 14th centuries, extending it into a fortress--palace complex.
His paintings of the treasures of Petra, Cairo and the Alhambra Palace in Spain, sing with the authenticity of long gone centuries etched into ancient stone.
Portuguese architect Alvaro Siza is to showcase plans for a new entrance and visitor centre for the Alhambra Palace, Grenada, Spain at an exhibition.
The services of a Tour Manager Mr Seville, Granada Lake Bled & Classic Spain Departs Apr to Jun, Sep & Oct 2014 This superb-value six-day escorted holiday to the 'real' Spain includes guided excursions to Granada - with entrance to the stunning Alhambra Palace - and Seville, the historic 'City of Flamenco'.
In composing these works, I started with old poetry composed by Andalusian poets, the main source for which was text written on the Alhambra palace in Granada, Andalusia, Spain.
Summary: In a country not short of splendid monuments and magnificent natural beauty, the Alhambra Palace in southern Spain is one of the most enchanting places on earth.
I can't understand why it isn't just as well known as the fabulous Alhambra palace at Granada - it's every bit as extraordinary.
On the other side of the world, Alhambra Palace, in Granada, Spain's Andalusia region, was erected during an era of inter-communal harmony among the adherents to the Abrahamic faiths: Islam, Judaism and Christianity.
His popularisation of the Alhambra palace complex was widely seen as his most important achievement; it is this aspect that Henry Wyndham Phillips highlighted in his 1856 portrait, showing Jones against a background of Alhambresque ornament.
00 Seville, Granada and Classic Spain This superb-value six-day escorted holiday to the 'real' Spain includes guided excursions to Granada - with entrance to Alhambra Palace - and Seville, the historic 'City of Flamenco'.
Aperiodic mosaics, such as those found in the medieval Islamic mosaics of the Alhambra Palace in Spain and the Darb-i Imam Shrine in Iran, have helped scientists understand what quasicrystals look like at the atomic level.
From the Moorish Alhambra Palace, which has inspired story tellers and artists for centuries, to the cosmopolitan streets of Madrid, the sun-drenched costas and the Gaudi masterpieces of Barcelona, Spanish designers are never short of inspiration and influence.
Alhambra Palace Restaurant, a restaurant in Chicago, US offering Mediterranean cuisines, has introduced live entertainment programmes on Fridays.