[Scenery] It’s really a nice place. It’s the first time I heard of the monastery and I came to it for the first time.
This monastery is a relatively old building with a long history. Few tourists come here. It is very quiet, like a sacred place full of faith.
This Moorish building, located in Granada, a small city in southern Spain for more than 800 years, has undergone several generations of monarchs' construction before it formed its current scale. The Akazaba Bunker overlooking the entire city and the snow-capped mountains reflects the geometric beauty to the ultimate Nasrid Palace, and the Generalife Summer Palace with a labyrinthine courtyard with water views. Different styles and the same beauty make me a dream all day. in.
The Cartuha Monastery is a very complex building. The overall monastery feels very closed. There are many small rooms inside. The monastery is also very unique. You can see a lot of people when you visit.
Granada is an ancient city that has witnessed the collision and coexistence of various cultures. It has also witnessed the development history of Spain and Europe for thousands of years. The first people living in Granada were Celtic Iberians. Later managed by the Visigoths, it developed into an important religious and military market town
It's totally beyond imagination, you must check it out! Especially for students majoring in architecture, Baroque was shocked. (Pay attention to the opening hours, rush the first batch in the morning)
The Cartuja Monastery in Granada, is the Caldusian monastery, also known as the Assumption Monastery. It perfectly showcases the Spanish and Andalusian Baroque architectural style, with churches, sacrificial rooms, and the Eucharist. The small hall is decorated with magnificent decoration and a collection of art works, which is worth visiting.
Preston_Dominguez: Paseo de la Cartuja, Granada, AN 18011 Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Alhambra,Albayzín,Granada Cathedral,Cliff View,Capilla Real de Granada (Royal Chapel of Granada)