Moorish-Andalusian gardens, The Alcazar Museum, Christian fortified palace known as the castle (Alcazar) of the Christians monarchs, 14th Century, Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain. Headquarters of the Catholic Monarchs during the war against Granada in the last quarter of the 15th century. Seat of the Holy Inquisition in 1482 until it was abolished (1821). Thenceforth used as a prison until 1951 when it was restored as a Museum. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Moorish-Andalusian gardens, The Alcazar Museum, Christian fortified palace known as the castle (Alcazar) of the Christians monarchs, 14th Century, Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain. Headquarters of the Catholic Monarchs during the war against Granada in the last quarter of the 15th century. Seat of the Holy Inquisition in 1482 until it was abolished (1821). Thenceforth used as a prison until 1951 when it was restored as a Museum. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Fortress
Citadel
Fountain
Spanish
Andalusian
Córdoban