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  • Sacromonte
    There is a wonderful view from Sacromonte over the city. You can find an abbey on the top of the mountain, beautiful 17th century building. What is even more amazing and totally unique about Sacromonte are the the Gipsy's caves - yes, [...]
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  • The Alhambra
    The Alhambra is definitely a must see. It is the most beautiful of all Granada's great buildings and other Arabic memories. The Alhambra is situated on the top of the hill La Sabika watching over the whole city. It was a fortress from [...]
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Granada History

Located at the bottom of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, the city of Granada is host to many historical and cultural sites. Connected to these places is Granada History. If you will look at information at one of its closest cities via Malaga Travel Guide, you will be able to appreciate what this city is proud of. Granada History – First Settlements The very first villages in the city of Granada were established by the Iberian tribes in the 1500-2000 BC. By 1000 BC, the Phoenicians started to settle along the coastline of Granada. The Carthaginians, however, occupied the Phoenician settlement of the city and gained control over trading in [...]
 
 
 

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