The Nasrid Palaces in Alhambra

05.30.13

The Nasrid Palaces photogallery with Leica Dlux-6 camera, Complex of castles, the residence from the kings of Granada. Their construction was began by the founder of the particular dynasty, Alhambra, in the thirteenth century, although the buildings that have survived to our time date mostly from the fourteenth hundred years.

The Nasrid Palaces
The walls of those palaces enclose the refinement and the delicateness from the last Hispano-Arab governors of Al Andalus, the Nasrids. The intimate thought of the royal development, closed to interested eyes, harmonises the sturdiness of the outside stretches of the walls with all the fragility inside, the place that the architectural elements turn into purely ornamental. The indegent materials used to enhance the palaces show the temporality of the building compared with the cosmos, the particular proof of man’s transient nature.