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Monasterio de la Cartuja was formerly a Roman cemetery. In 1506 the Great Captain donated land to the monks so that they could build the Monastery.
Founded in 1506; construction started 10 years later& continued for the following 300 years. The interior is a flamboyant explosion of ornamentation. It is a masterpiece of Churrigueresque style.
The Monasterio de la Cartuja de Granada was founded on an old Arab house called Aynadamar (Fountain of Tears). It took 300 years to finish it. But it was totally worth it, so today we can enjoy it.
El Monasterio de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, más conocido como La Cartuja de Granada es un monasterio situado en Granada que albergó a una comunidad de monjes cartujos desde su construcción hasta 1835. Aunque mezcla diversos estilos, representa una de las cumbres de la arquitectura barroca…
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“San Jeronimo Monastery, is the "great unknown" in the heritage landscape of Granada, and yet its beauty and its unique architecture make it unique. Do not miss it”
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“Beautiful park to explore and to find peace, even to seat down on a bench to read while listening to the water running. Free entrance ”
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“Bus to Orgiva from Granada and then there is a bus from Orgiva to Bayacas but if you are going to do this check timings. ”
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“some royal or religious paintings (botticelli etc) and Catholic king and Queen personal objects.”
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“The Cathedral of Granada was built 1523 (and finished 1704) on the site of the ancient Great Mosque, housing an impressive interior with several beautiful chapels. The adjoining Royal Chapel is the burial place of Catholic Kings.”
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