What is the Alhambra?

The monumental complex of the Alhambra and the Generalife is formed by a large territory with 655,000 m² visited, comprised of buildings, gardens, walls, forests, orchards, untouched land, ditches and ruins.
The Alhambra was a palace city of the Nasrid dynasty (XIII-XV centuries) which had a sophisticated hydraulic system composed of ditches, canals, wells, wells, ponds, wells and fountains, and progressively joined other palaces and royal almunias like the Generalife and pasture, the Alixares.
It is located on top of the mountain of Sabika, from whose height (100 meters above the city) dominates the city.