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A stunning architectural piece, know as the Arch of Elvira. it was the main gate into the city built by the Mooors. If you go late evening the sun will burst through the arch giving you a stunning photo.
I actually lived right up a hill near this. At first I had no idea what it was, but then a friend explained to me that it was once the entrance to the Alhambra area. It was an entire fort, and there were walls sprawling...More
Also known as Arco de Elvira, it was the main access gate to the city of Granada during Islamic domination.
Built in the 11th century the gate has suffered numerous transformations and restorations, the most recent in 1990.
At the end of Elvira Street with...More
The Gateway ,also known as Arco de Elvira, and built around the 11th century as the main access gate to the city during the Islamic domination , and has undergone restoration work over the Hundreds of years its been standing by different rulers .
Elvira Gateway is the only remaining gate (11th century) of the old city wall. It is worth to go to it and the follow Elvira street, which is colourful by its own buildings. The street will lead to Plaza Nueva.