The Palace of La Madraza was built in 1349. It was the first university in Granada, and today still belongs to the University of Granada.
A small, but very beautiful palace. Arabesque art decorations similar to those of Alhambra can be seen. There are areas of decorated plasterwork and a wooden dome covered with stucco lacework that belong to the original structure.
Some reviewer reported that it is free to enter. Actually, the admission fee is 2 Ero (including a brief guided tour). However, it really is worth a visit.
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