The palatine city housed six palaces and two tower-palaces, of which only those known as Comares and Los Leones remain. Today it is the only Islamic-era courtyard complex that has been preserved thanks to its continuous use over time.

The Generalife, built between the 12th and 14th centuries, is the palace used by the Muslim kings as a resting place.

The Alhambra was a palatine city, a Christian Royal House, the Captaincy General of the Kingdom of Granada and a military fortress until it was declared a national monument in 1870.

The Monumental Complex of the Alhambra and Generalife represents a valuable cultural landscape, a large environmental unit, formed by different units of vegetation capable of harbouring a rich and varied biodiversity.

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