A replica of the Pantheon in Rome for Japanese weddings, a hydrocephalic head, the secret symbolism of the Fountain of the Lions in the Alhambra and the cabala symbolism of the Alhambra, a macabre joke, a spectacular natural history museum from the nineteenth century, a secret library, a curious watch to celebrate the birth of the Prophet Mohammed, a water chess championship, an erotic chapel, the fifth Gospel in the Sacromonte, the subterranean route of the river which crosses the center of the city . Far from the masses and the usual cliches, Granada continues to keep hidden treasures which it only reveals to residents and travelers who wish to go off the beaten track. An indispensable guide for those who think they know Granada well or for those who wish to discover another side to the city.
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