Granada is a Spanish city in the southern Andalusia province, lying at an altitude of 738m about 50km north of the coast, not far away from the Sierra Nevada mountains. Granada was founded in the 11th century by the Moors and quickly became one of their most important cities in Andalusia. Following the Spanish conquest in 1492 it experienced a period of growth during the Renessaince. The major touristic highlight of Granada is the Alhambra, a Moorish citadel and palace situated on a hill overlooking Granada. The historic centre of Granada is full of interesting Renessaince and Baroque period architecture.

City centre photo gallery  - 25 pictures of City centre
Alhambra photo gallery  - 31 pictures of Alhambra
Generalife photo gallery  - 6 pictures of Generalife
Panoramic views photo gallery  - 6 pictures of Panoramic views
25 photos of the historic core of Granada and the Albaicin district
31 photos of the Alhambra palace and citadel in Granada, one of major tourist attractions in Spain
6 photos of the Generalife, the country estate of the Nasrid kings near Granada
6 panoramic photos and views of Granada
Gallery with all images
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