As the first mosque built in Granada since 1492, Mezquita Mayor de Granada serves as a reminder of Granada’s Moorish heritage—and even a testament to religious tolerance. The Great Mosque of Granada is composed of three distinct elements including the prayer hall (the mosque itself), the garden, and the center for Islamic studies. Even though it was completed in 2003, its design still pays homage to the amazing Moorish architecture that Granada is so famous for, and the mosque also incorporates elements of famous mosques from around the world like the Blue Mosque in Istanbul and Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. If you’re looking to see some the amazing religious sites—old and new—that Granada has to offer, then this is definitely a must for your trip plan.
Granada Club de Fútbol (Granada CF) is a Spanish football (soccer) club based in Granada, in the ... Read more