The Alhambra Palace should be built successively by people of many religious beliefs. Therefore, its architectural style is not only an independent and complete individual manifestation, but also a strategic layout of mixed articles, which integrates elements of different religious beliefs and cultural orientations such as Islam, Jewry and Christianity. And the most precious thing is that the Alambra Palace not only has details for further study, but also a grand whole. So it's not too bad to put it among Spain's 25 top tourist attractions and make it the first choice. This miracle belongs not only to the Moors, but also to all mankind. No wonder the Palace of Alanbra tops the list of 25 top travel experiences in the famous "Lonely Planet" guidebook. Washington Irving, an American, wrote "The Tale of the Alanbra Palace" in 1832 based on his personal visit to the Alanbra Palace, which includes both travel notes and legendary stories. It not only introduces all aspects of the Alambra Palace, but also describes the Moors and their influence on Spanish people with beautiful style, telling the myths and legends of the Moors. This has a direct impact on the long-term explosion of the Alambra Palace shed. It is not only a masterpiece of 800 years of Moorish rule in Granada, but also a model of the most perfect Muslim architectural art in the world. Looking from the Albertimore settlement to the south-to-east, the Red Castle Tower of the Alambra Palace stands tall against the snow peaks of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. When we look at the Alambra Palace as a fortress, castle and garden yard, and then go back to its original state and appreciate it as the main body of the palace, we will deeply feel that a "wonderful" sentence is far from enough to express the praise of this delicate palace. In the long run, it is built according to the mountains, rocks and houses, showing the trend of flying overhead; in the near future, its palaces and pavilions are advancing step by step, starting, carrying forward and connecting, with very good rules and regulations. Enter the palace to observe carefully, modelling structure, mutual reference, dynamic and static harmony, row after row. The main hall is luxurious, consisting mainly of three courtyards with Islamic cultural characteristics. Its core parts are used for judicial and public affairs. The other two parts are the royal throne and private residence. Accompanying them are the environment and facilities of the Embassy hall, imperial garden, dressing room and bathroom. The beauty of the four main atriums (inner courtyards) of the Alambra Palace is even more fascinating. They are the Myrtle Court, the Lion Court, the Dalahatin and the Rehattin. The surrounding buildings surrounding these atriums are precisely symmetrical in layout, each atrium is self-contained and its internal space is relatively free. Among these four atriums, the most famous ones are "Myrtle atrium" and "Lion court", especially "Myrtle atrium", which can be the representative of the Alambra Palace.
The city in the garden, the garden in the city. The glorious city of Spain in the age of two kings, reverence for Allah lingers around the city. Zibamboo from China is only a branch of cultural landscape. The use of symmetry, the luxury of domes, the perfect combination of architecture and horticulture, the combination of dignity and sacredness, the noble palace walks away, imagination and association. Especially in the European countries, this kind of religion's inheritance and transition, and then worry about the Qiren, but then come back without dispute, there is no hope. After each war, human civilization is quietly moving forward, touching the marble wall of ice crystal, as if listening to ancient legends. See the chapters in detail, and take photos of some angles that have never been photographed before to tell some old things that have never been seen before.
It was one of the first places we decided we had to go when we were planning for Spain, and it turned out to be right. Located in the southern Spanish city of Granada, built in the 13th and 14th centuries, the Palace belongs to the Arabic style. The whole palace is divided into three parts: the observation tower and the Summer Palace behind the Nazaries Palace. Probably the function is equivalent to three places for military defense, office and rest and recreation. The magnificent appearance, stalactite decoration, mosaic ceilings and Arabic sculptures highlight the magnificence of the palace. Higher geographic location offers a panoramic view of the city and a view of the snow crest on the Nevada Mountains. Tickets are also inexpensive, about 100 RMB per person, but they need to be booked online in advance.
Granada's Alhambra Palace is the most luxurious and final palace of the Moorish people. It is a combination of military defense and palace. There are castles and barracks. There is no palace feeling there. When you climb to the top of the castle, you can see under your feet the white wall buildings and monasteries of Huangwa in Albertin District, overlooking the snow-covered mountains, there is really a species of high. The impending invincible momentum. When you walk through the outer and inner palaces built by Charles V, the Moorish living areas, the broken walls, the only passage between the castle palace and the Royal backyard to the palace garden, you will be fascinated by the scenery. It is hard to imagine that the trees can have such a shape, the mountains can have such a beautiful garden courtyard, not only visual impact. There is also a wonderful sound of running water ringing in the ear, even up and down stairs can enjoy the sound of gurgling water, carefully look at the staircase handrails are also made into a sink, it is absolute!
The Palace of Alhambra was built by the ancient Moors of North Africa during their occupation of southern Spain in the 13th century. Its main function was to enjoy the luxurious life of the royal nobles and to provide them with a pleasant place to stay in the summer. The interior of the palace is so delicately decorated that it has become the most beautiful Arabic palace in Spain and even in the world. The simplicity of the exterior of the Alhambra Palace contrasts sharply with the magnificence of the interior, and the essence of the palace is essentially concentrated in the Nasrid Palace. Almost every inch of the palace wall is covered with exquisite wall carvings, complex and not miscellaneous, regardless of the near and far-sighted is extremely beautiful. Every inch of wall carvings here are carved by the most experienced craftsmen in the Muslim kingdom of Nazari, who carefully appreciate the lines on these walls and can feel the intentions of each knife at that time. Art, as long as the creator works with all his heart and soul, the viewer will surely be able to feel ~photographs should not be too few, just to play the role of throwing bricks and attracting jade
There are a lot of people in the main palace. The main palace is restricted by current. You should arrange at least half a day for a visit. You usually need to have lunch in it. You can bring your own dry food. There are kiosks selling hamburgers and you can eat, but it's not very delicious. Because it is a Moorish palace, the whole architecture and decorative patterns show strong Arab characteristics. There are many plant corridors twined by roses in the garden. The trimmed paths are crisscrossed, beautiful and mysterious. In The Game of Rights, Dorn's Palace is located in the Seville Palace, which is very similar to here.
Alhambra Palace in Granada. Granada, the city of pomegranate, is a holy place in the hearts of Islamists and the pride of Spain. The Alhambra Palace is a world cultural heritage. It enters the three palaces. It is filled with beautiful scrolls, roofs, walls, floors and arches, showing geometric figures of various Islamic styles. It is very aesthetic. In the summer palace beside it, there are many kinds of flowers and herbs, and the well-trimmed cypress trees are like mazes, which have great visual impact. Walking along the corridor path in the Palace seems to have traversed 700 years of history. Sometimes shocked, sometimes confused, sometimes sighed, sometimes thought. History is always moving forward, although sometimes it turns a little. This is the inspiration of visiting the Palace.
The Palace of Alhambra is the Palace of Spain. It is said that if you have never been to the Palace of Alhambra, you have never been to Spain. So I bought the most expensive ticket of the trip, 60 euros, almost four times more expensive than the original price. The Palace of Alhambra, built in the 13th century, is the peak work of Arab architectural art and the last treasure left by the Moors to the world. The more you enter the Renas Palace, the more amazing it becomes. The pool surface of the Myrtle Courtyard is like a mirror. The magnificent and delicate palace corridors are reflected in the water. They are like fairy tale palaces in the dream of one thousand and one nights. The geometric symmetry and balance aesthetics of the corridors on the north and south sides and the palaces around them are amazing. When you walk to the two sisters'hall, you will be amazed by the magnificent and dazzling dome with honeycomb structure and more than 5,000 niches, completely forgetting that you have cervical spondylosis.
In 2006, the Palace of Alhambra (abbreviated as the Palace of Alhambra) was eventually defeated in the new seven wonders of the world, but it was the only candidate in Spain. Only the Great Wall of China was selected and finally won the first place. Therefore, not to the Great Wall is not a good man, not to the Palace is also regrettable. A Gong is a masterpiece of Muslim style left by the Moors, an invader from North Africa. It is rare in Europe. After more than 700 years of wind and rain, the Palace has been well preserved, and its superb artistic aesthetics can be appreciated by today's people. In order to better appreciate the Palace, there are several points need to be understood: 1. The most beautiful scenery is the Myrtle atrium, the pool surface is like a mirror, the corridor is reflected in the water, geometrically symmetrical balance aesthetics, which is amazing. It is said that this scene is one of the most beautiful scenery created by human beings. It can be photographed from both sides (pictures 1 and 2, unfortunately I did not take a reflection); 2. The 12 marble lions in the lion atrium. Zi's fountain is the priceless treasure of A Gong. Imagine if they are in Yuanmingyuan, can they still stay? Stone carving technology seems to lag behind the ancient times of our country, but it is not easy to spray water from lion's mouth (picture 3). 3. The architectural style of lion's atrium is the source of inspiration for later architects (picture 4). 4. The decorative art of A Gong is beautiful and needs careful observation. The decorative details of the roof, walls, doors and windows (pictures 5, 6); the garden is also beautiful (pictures 7); the lighting of the Arab bathroom is refreshing (pictures 8); the Summer Palace is the place where King Moore spends his summer vacation, which also reflects the symmetrical aesthetics (pictures 9); the panoramic view of the Palace under the sunset can be seen from the Nicholas Watchtower in Albertin.
It is said that today is a World Heritage Day, so the Alhambra Palace is free of tickets, received a ticket to enter the main palace at 2.30, visited other palaces in the morning, and arrived at 2.30 on time to control the flow of people in the palace. Albra Palace is a complex of ancient mosques, palaces and castles built during the Moorish Dynasty in Granada, southern Spain. The palace was built by the former Moorish King of Granada, and now it is a Muslim architecture and cultural museum. In 1232, the existing scale was gradually formed on the basis of the old city reconstruction. There are 30 meters high stone walls outside the palace wall. The tour takes half a day and can be enjoyed slowly.