The Granada cathedral (built on the site of a demolished mosque) might be described as a church and an icon to the Spanish conquest of Granada; signifying the end of Moorish rule in Spain. The massive and ornate exterior is impressive with a set of HUGE doors. The interior seems overstated in places even for a cathedral, communicating messages of power and wealth rather than those of spiritual inspiration. Some quick research prior to (instead of after) our visit would have definitely enhanced the experience.
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