Granada Essay

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Granada es una cuidad y una provincia en el sudeste parte de España. Granada esta situar en el rio Genil cercano las montañas Sierra Nevada. La ciudad es 225 millas sur de Madrid (Encyclopedia Americana, 159). La provincia tiene un area de 4,838 millas cuadradas, y un populacion de 761,734 persones. (Academic American Encyclpedia, 283)La historia de Granada esta misterioso porque Granada estuvo guiarse muchos imperios. Granada estuvo transformación muchas veces. La cuidad estuvo llenar con signo de los tiempos de los imperios varios.Granada estuvo una colonia Iberian se guiyopor el Caliphate de Damascus. Depués Granada estuvo un imperio Romano. Esa cuidad estuvo importante cuando los Moors toma el mando en 1030. Durante el reinado de los Moros, la cuidad estuvo gobierner por los Ziridos para sesenta años. En 1090, los Almoravids de Norte África se guiyó hasta 1149. Los Almoravids construido muchos palacios (Encyclopedia Americana, 160). El más famoso de los palacios es la Alhambra. La construió entre la Albaicín y la Antequeruela en la falda de una montaña. Mucha gente dice que la Alhambra es el edificio más bello en todo de Europa. Cerca de la finca son murallas rojas de treinta pies (Mewshaw, 44). Abajo la palacio es una calle pequeña que conduzca a los Torres Bermejas. Los torres protectaron los Moros durante los tiempos de guerra. (Collier's Encyclopedia, 302)Los reyes Nasrid tomaron posesión cuando Granada estuvo una cuidad muy larga. Ellos protegreron la cuidad con murallas muy altos y muchos torres. Los protecciónes eran sufficientes porque ellos gobernaron para 250 años. Durante el reinado de los reyes Nasarid, ellos construido el palacio Alhambra. (Collier's Encyclopedia, 300)Granada, la última guiyo por los Moros, estuvo tomado en mando cerca Ferdinand y Isabella. La gente de Granada se llama Los Reyes Católicos. Ellos mandaron cuando el rey Boabdil firmó un tratado que dar la...

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