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Casa-Museo Manuel de Falla
Casa-Museo Manuel de Falla
The Casa-Museo Manuel de Falla is an exhibition of the life and work of the composer Manuel de Falla.
This was the house where the composer Manuel de Falla lived and wrote some of his major compositions. Following the execution of his friend Federico García Lorca, Manuel de Falla left Spain, leaving behind his personal belongings and these can be seen in the house (e.g. his piano). Manuel de Falla never returned to Granada and died in Argentina on 14th September 1946.
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Campo de Principe
Campo de Principe
Large square in the centre of Granada with lots of outside restaurants.
The principal attraction of the square is the long line of outside terrace bars. There are about 8 different restaurants to choose from. Just behind the line of restaurants is a children's play area
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Restaurante Parador de Granada
Restaurante Parador de Granada
The Restaurante Parador
The Parador Restaurant is in the Parador San Francisco (a luxury, state-run hotel) which is up in the Alhambra complex.
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Museo de la Alhambra
Museo de la Alhambra
The Alhambra museum is an archaeological and art exhibition.
The Alhambra Museum has the best collection of Nasrid art in the world. It also has a collection of non-Nasrid Islamic art which shows how this has evolved in Al-Andalus and the Arabic world. During the restoration work and archaeological excavations carried out at the Alhambra, many interesting elements and objects were found over the years and these are also on display here.
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Carmen de los Mártires
Carmen de los Mártires
Carmen de los Mártires is a 19th century house and ornamental grounds near the Alhambra.
Carmen de los Mártires is a 19th century house and ornamental grounds just to the right of the Alhambra palace. There are some interesting views of the Alhambra from the other side and great views of the city of Granada and the Sierra Nevada. The gardens contain a number of statues, grottoes, and an ornamental duck pond with its bridge and tower-like ruins.
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