#罗马双王陵墓# Royal Chapel Before the unification of Spain, Isabella I was the queen of Castile and Ferdinand II was the king of Aragon. Later, the two tied the knot, and their marriage was extremely successful both politically and militaryly. In the following decades, under their rule, the Moors were expelled from Spain, intervened in the Italian War, and funded Columbus expeditions. Later generations called them "Spanish Catholic twin kings." It can be said that Spain became a world-dominant power after the 15th century, and the double Catholic kings made great contributions.
The Royal Chapel of Granada is an Isabelline style building, constructed between 1505 and 1517, and originally integrated in the complex of the neighbouring Granada Cathedral. It is the burial place of the Spanish
Granada Cathedral is the Royal Chapel, which is the final resting place of Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand of Spain. Each tourist's ticket is 5 euros. We did not ask the attractions to provide us with audio guides. It will not take you long to visit here, but all the Spanish history here is very interesting. In addition, taking pictures is strictly prohibited here.
Granada chapel royal is a tomb, located in southern Spain anda Lucia autonomous region city of granada. The double king mausoleum burial with castilla the queen Isabella I (1451-1504), aragorn king Ferdinand south ii (1452-1452), their daughter castilla and Leon queen juana (1479-1479) and her husband king Philip I of castilla (1478-1506), the grandson of the prince of asturias miguel dara bass (1498-1500). Exhibited at the museum of sacristy, have a holy Du, portrait, tapestries, baroque sculpture and painting, etc., mainly in the 15th century Flemish, Italian and Spanish painter''s works, including Luo Xier van der wei deng, di rick bao Bates, botticelli, peruzzi and bartow lo mei mei Mr Bell.
There is an inconspicuous royal chapel in the alley behind the cathedral in the center of Granada, where the two most famous kings in Spanish history, Isabella of Castile and Fernando, king of Aragon are buried here. Photography is allowed, but it is necessary to understand the history.
It is very old this week, and there are many special carvings inside, like works of art.
Preston_Dominguez: Calle Oficios, S/N, 18001 Granada, Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Alhambra,Albayzín,Granada Cathedral,Cliff View,Capilla Real de Granada (Royal Chapel of Granada)