Patio de los Arrayanes – South corridor view
As you can see from the image, the Patio de los Arrayanes (Court of the Myrtles) has a court with the beautiful reflecting pool surrounded by well-trimmed myrtle bushes (hence the name Court of the Myrtles).
Situated at the northern and southern ends of the pool are the fountains, and behind the fountains are the corridors, each with seven exquisitely embellished stilted arches. As you can see, the middle arch is higher than the other six.
The south corridor has a gallery on the upper floor with seven arched windows, just like the floor below. Behind this structure is the Palacio Carlos V (Palace of Charles V), a Renaissance building that was intended to be a summer palace for Carlos V (Charles V), Holy Roman Emperor.
Check the north corridor view. The north corridor does not have an upper floor and is connected to the Comares Tower, part of which is visible behind the corridor.
Located west of the Court of the Myrtles is the Gilded Room (Cuarto Dorado), and east is the Palace of the Lions. The visitors enter the Court of the Myrtles through the Gilded Room and walk east to enter the Hall of the Mocarabes of the Palace of the Lions.
– Court of the Myrtles and Comares Tower – The north corridor view
– Patio of the Gilded room
– Gilded room Wall
– Patio de los Leones (Court of the Lions)
— Palacios Nazaríes – Nasrid Palaces – A Shining Example of Moorish Art and Architecture
— Los Jardines del Partal – The Gardens of the Partal
— Alcazaba – A Formidable Fortress of the Nasrids
— Medina, the Bustling City
— Alhambra – Christian-Era Monuments
— Alhambra – Outer Monuments
– Generalife – Heavenly Gardens of the Nasrids
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