Alcazaba is both a so-called castle and a real military fortress. Alcazaba was rebuilt in 1057 on the basis of the remaining strongholds of the ancient Roman era, and was expanded on a large scale again around the 14th century. It can be said that it was Alcazaba's Guruojin soup that made La Alhambr more and more gorgeous. Surrounded by two walls, Malaga is an invincible fortress. Today, it still smells like gold and soup. It's said that Alcazaba is the heaven of meowing stars. Sure enough! All kinds of playfulness, all kinds of pride and all kinds of stupidity completely regard the turbulent tourists as transparent. They pass through the entrance of the castle of Miao Xing. They do not feel too high on the wall of Alcazaaba, but they have a wide view beyond expectation. They can enjoy the whole city of Granada directly, and the clouds are as low as magic after the rain.
Akasa Bar Castle, near the Palace of Alhambra, Spain. It is the highest point of the palace. The castle is the site of ancient dwellings.
Finally, there is ALCAZABA left on the map. There is a small garden under renovation. The scenery is not bad, so we have a rest here. Another part is the ruins of the A Palace and a lookout tower, from which you can see another view of Granada and the weapons used to defend the imperial city.
The gardens inside are wonderful, and there are plant mazes, but sometimes they are in maintenance. In winter, the orange and lemon trees in the courtyard were picked up by gardening managers and sent to acquaintances. The free peacock suddenly passes by the tourists. The garden must be well visited, Moorish courtyard design, water view is very wonderful.
Akasaba Castle is a highland in the old city of Malaga. It's free to go, climbing slowly along the mountain road, with mottled walls and pleasant scenery outside. Standing at a high altitude, overlooking Malaga's bullfight and coastline, it is refreshing. Continuing up, through the Islamic garden, we reached the interior of the castle and looked out from the castle window like a picture. The castle is generally reserved, the interior is no longer exquisite, but there are a lot of utensils used at that time can be visited. It's interesting that the castle is so intricate that it inadvertently loses its way in the room.
Located in the west of the Palace of Alhambra, Akasaba Castle is situated far away from the Palace of Nasrede and is an important military Castle during the period of Islamic rule. The three-storey enclosure with uniform heights and heights built a solid defensive line for the castle. There are several fortresses and water towers, the most important of which is the watchtower. Upon the top of the platform, you can have a panoramic view of the city of Granada with the cathedral as the center. A labyrinth of fortifications in the center of the castle is said to be a relic of the garrison.
Akasaba Fort is just opposite Charles V Palace, and tickets need to be checked when entering the fort. Along the steps of the main tower of the castle (Torre del homenaje), you can climb the Torre del Cubo and stand on the square tower to have a bird's eye view of the west. At the foot of the tower, you can see El Albaic &7; n/El Albayz n at a glance. Come out of the small gate on the side of the tower and follow the narrow staircase to enter the Plaza de Armas. From the small gate at the southeast corner of the Armament Square, you can climb up to the castle's tallest watchtower (Torre de la Vela) to the west, and through the powder tower (Torre de la Polvora) to the east, you can walk around the castle. Standing above and below the powder tower, you can see the high walls and deep trenches outside the castle. Such a fortress, which is easy to defend and difficult to attack, surrendered without any resistance at that time. It is obvious that the historical trend is vast and the general trend of the times is tremendous. Standing on the wall, you can clearly see the snow in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.