Sala de las Dos Hermanas, Granada

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  • Looking up at the octagonal ceiling, there was a fine sculpture, as if it were art in a cave. I was impressed by the beauty and was surprised at the high level of technology.
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  • This is the part of Muhammad V that was expanded to face the Lion Palace during the golden age of the last Nasr architecture of the Islamic Kingdom in the alhambra grounds. As for the name of sister Ni, there is a legend of the two sisters of beauty who were in captivity, but in fact it is derived from two large marble pavers on the floor of the room. It is used as a residence for the Queen of sultans and her family, and the waterway is drawn from the lion's courtyard to the interior of the room, and the courtyard of Linda Laha is seen from the double window in the back.
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  • It Was built by Mohamed V. Located next to the Courtyard of the Lions, has a nice lookout towards the garden of the Partal. Its name is due to two large slabs of white marble on the floor. Here lived Aixa, first woman of Muley do, after being repudiated by this, to marry Soraya (Isabel de Solís). It Has one of the most beautiful muqarnas sets, along with the roof and the lookout windows.
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  • Room where as I was told when I was small and the school took me is that it was the palace area where they took refuge two princesses there lived surrounded by luxury and nature but as I told lived locked there because they had to marry some prince and I should To guard until their marriage arrived
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