RE: [ENG]The Alhambra, an Arab architectural heritage in Spain: an enriching visit [ESP] La Alhambra una herencia arquitectónica árabe en España: una enriquecedora visita

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The arches can't never go wrong. I guess most of the Arab/Muslim architecture wears that curves and arches. It just pleasing to see. The plants also adds more value to the place. Enjoy a slice of !PIZZA



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Hello Juecoree, good morning, Venezuelan time. I think that Arab architecture is very tied to its customs and religion, so it is not like our Western architecture that, for better or for worse, has changed over time. In fact, it is easy to distinguish any work of Muslim architecture or design by its homogeneity, wherever it is built. This, however, is not an obstacle to being amazed by its beauty, especially, as in the case of the Alhambra, which has been built for so many years and is still visited and admired for many every year. Indeed, the greenery of its gardens gives a complementary value to the whole. Thank you for your comment, I wish you the best for the rest of the week. Ah, thanks for the pizza slice.

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