There are several large hand-painted books in the Cathedral of Granada, which combines various architectural styles. Because there is no Chinese interpreter, it is not known whether the Bible is a choir score or other Gothic style buildings and glass paintings on windows are shocking.
Granada Cathedral is a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance cathedrals, located in Carmen Square, built on the foundation of the original mosque. It is a Gothic building with a prominent Renaissance style. It consists of three huge arches. The interior decoration is gorgeous and brilliant, especially the chapel. Tickets are available free of charge, with Chinese version. The central Chapel of the cathedral has a magnificent dome 45 metres high. Even though the architectural style is difficult to define, the stained glass windows around it are as high as the dome. Gran Via de Colon 5, 18001, Granada, Spain Traffic : Bus 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 33, etc. at Gran Vi a. Tickets : 5 Euros Open Time 10:45-13:15 in summer, 16:00-19:45 in winter, 10:45-13:15 in winter, 16:00-18:45 in the afternoon; Weekly services, closed in the morning and open in the afternoon.
It is the largest church in Granada. According to the introduction, it was rebuilt on the basis of the original mosque. It is mostly a mixture of Gothic and Islamic styles. The exterior is very magnificent, the interior is brilliant, the mural painting is very beautiful, the statue is also exquisite, it is worth visiting.
Granada Cathedral was built in the fifteenth century. After 180 years of long construction, it became a church with Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles. The interior decoration of the church was shocked by the Mudhal style. The cathedral is located in the centre of the city, surrounded by narrow streets, and the small square at the main entrance is full of platforms. It is difficult to take magnificent pictures of the cathedral.
Granada Cathedral, like Toledo Cathedral, is located in downtown and residential areas, and it is difficult to take a full picture of it. This church with a mixed architectural style was built on the basis of a mosque, and Granada was Catholic at that time. Looking from the outside, it is not like the Gothic Church in the traditional sense. There are no tall spires, and it is impossible to see its volume from the outside.
The Christian Cathedral in downtown Granada was built in 1523 on the site of the Islamic mosque. After 180 years of construction, the church has become a landmark of Granada that integrates Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles. Although not so grand, it is the main witness of the vicissitudes of Granada's history. If you look carefully, every brick and tile in the church reveals the architectural brand of different periods. The central Chapel of the cathedral has a magnificent dome 45 metres high. Even though the architectural style is difficult to define, the stained glass windows around it are as high as the dome.
It's really beautiful. The gardens and palaces are naturally built, and the Arabic culture is exquisite.
The Cathedral of Granada was built on the foundation of the original mosque, which began in 1523 and was not completed until 1704. It was originally intended to build a Gothic cathedral, but it was converted to Renaissance style in the process of construction, which is the common fate of those churches in Europe that have been built for hundreds of years.