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Corral del Carbon (Coal House) is a 14th century Moorish commercial building used as a market and warehouse. It has a good Moorish decorated entrance opening out to an attaractive courtyard with pillars. Free entrance.
This building has a fascinating history. It was originally a granary and a roadhouse of sorts, a place for Arab traders to stay while in town to sell their wares to the merchants in the nearby market area. When the Catholic monarchs drove the Moors...More
A very old building near the tourist information center. It used to serve as a market and still has the original columns with a horse fountain in the center. The one good thing is that there is a free public bathroom in one corner which...More
The Corral del Carbón or Coal House is a 14th-century monument and is the only Nasrid public house preserved in its entirety in the Iberian peninsula. There is no entry fee to this place and it is an antiquated structure with an intricately carved entrance,...More
Interesting Moorish building which was used as merchant's inn and store - more recently a coal store, hence the name. Museum inside - free - gives overview of the development of Granada from earliest times and puts the other historic areas into context. Sometimes used...More
It as I read the oldest Nashrid alhóndiga on the Iberian peninsula, originally called Alhóndiga Gigida. Also supposedly the oldest Arabic monument. In this case, it has to compete to the Madraza palace. And the winner is:? Probably us, who can see both of them....More
We saw this after the nearby Capello Real and it has totally different architecture. It was a stop on the Silk Road apparently. Previously I hadn't known the Silk Road even reached Spain. Apparently it was spared destruction because of its usefulness as a marketplace....More
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Please visit tickets . alhambra-patronato . es and you will find all information how to buy tickets in advance. Have on mind that tickets purchased in advance cannot be returned/changed. And children under 12 have free access.