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Spain: Let's Go To Granada
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Granada is a centre of a province of the same name. In past, the town was important as a capital of Granada Kingdom. At present, the town has 242 thousands of inhabitants. The tourists visit Granada, not only for phantastic Alhambra Palace, but, first of all, for its impressive atmosphere, which is beating in Granada streets, first of all in the evenings.
Photo: Maxim kucer
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My trip to sunny Andalusia, rhythm of unbounded and wild guitarist Paca de Lucía, flamenco dancers, people of Sevilla goes on and this time it takes place in marvellous Granada.
Spain, Andalusia – Trip for Romance III
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Spain, Andalusia - Trip for Romance IV
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Spain, Andalusia – Trip for Romance V
It is time to move on in the direction to Cádiz. Everybody recommended me to see it. So why not?
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Spain, Madrid – Trip for Romance VIII
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From Prague To Atlantic Coasts III.
The Second Day (Tuesday) - Still in France
From Prague To Atlantic Coasts IX.
The arrival to magic Granada and our first meeting with Alhambra - historical jewel of the town.
From Prague To Atlantic Coasts X.
A visit of Alhambra, proud of Granada and the whole Spain at the same time.
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A blow of art in the Prado Museum
«To the Prado Museum, to which I owe so many hours of happiness».
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A walk throughout one of most astonishing town of Iberian Peninsula. Photo: Maxim Kucer
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The second walk through beautiful Spanish town. Photo: Maxim Kucer
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