5th December 2018 –the Alhambra part 2 of 4

Once in through the entrance, I walked along a pleasant pathway and was first introduced to some aspects of the gardens, albeit with the occasional tower, brick and stone walls, and archaeological remains of earlier dwellings in the vicinity. Garden highlights included the following;   IMG_5957.JPG

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IMG_6106.JPGThe variety of architecture reflected the fashions and aspirations of different rules and centuries. Here is a selection of the exteriors of buildings;  IMG_5963.JPG

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IMG_6098.JPG Again, I was fascinated everytime I looked up as I walked through buildings. Here is another selection of ceilings – all different, and all different from those in Seville.       IMG_5975.JPG

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IMG_6077.JPGThere was much more.

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