| The Alhambra (“Red Fortress” in Arabic) was a Moorish palace and castle built outside the city of Granada during the rule of the Nasrid Dynasty (1212-1492). When Spanish forces under King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella captured the city in 1492, the Alhambra became the property of the Spanish crown. Today, it is one of Spain’s most important tourist attractions, and even was considered for one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, decided upon in 2007.
© Copyright 2005- 2020 Brodyaga.com Contacts
All photos/wallpapers are free for a personal use only. For a public, professional or commercial use, please contact the Authors of each