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Patio of Lindaraja

The Patio of Lindaraja in the Alhambra, Granada, is a beauty. Its name comes from the beautiful viewpoint that presides over it in its southern face, the whole external façade of the Palace of the Lions. Until the sixteenth century it was open to the landscape, it was then when it was closed by the three bays of the Emperor’s Rooms. It has gated galleries on the ground floor for which columns from other places in the Alhambra were used, creating a sense of cloister accentuated by the design of the garden and the fountain located in its center.

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