Alhambra Hall is an ancient palace, fortress and citadel. This hall is located in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. Alhambra was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984 along with two other related sites. That is the Albaicín (or Albayzín) and the Generalife Garden. It is the last Islamic state in Western Europe that is a remnant of the Nasrid dynasty.
It’s easy to say Alhambra is the only surviving Palatine city from the Islamic Golden Age. Alhambra hall is the most magnificent hall of the palace. Alhambra’ is the Spanish adaptation of the Arabic word ‘qa’lat Alhambra’ which roughly translates to “red castle”. The name derives from sun-dried bricks. These bricks were used to build fortifications around the fort.