Ceiling of the Gilded Room
As you can see from the image, the wooden ceiling is recessed and engraved with beautiful gold-colored patterns. The room owes its name to these gold-colored decorations.
The ceiling of the Gilded Room is an excellent example of Mudéjar art, a style of decoration originated in Moorish Spain and is a blend of Islamic and Christian art created mainly by Christian artisans. There are many rooms in the Nasrid Palaces and Generalife with ceilings decorated with Mudéjar art.
Located next to the Maxuar, the Gilded Room belongs to the Comares Palace, one of the three palaces of Palacios Nazaríes (Nasrid Palaces).
— 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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