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For centuries, Europe struggled to push the Moors back into Africa. This campaign was called the Reconquista. Finally, in 1492, the Moors were defeated. The victorious Christian forces established their rule with gusto here in this last Muslim stronghold. This victory helped provide the foundation for Spain's Golden Age. To create this culinary work of art, start with some junk pallets for fuel, and slip on your handmade heat shields. Then, fry up as many pieces of chicken as can fit in the pan. Add just a pinch of garlic and about a week's-pay worth of saffron. When the chicken is golden-brown, add about a dozen skinned tomatoes and as many red and green peppers as you can stand chopping. Stir everything with a clean shovel. Now add a laundry bin of arborio rice, and just a dash of smoked, sweet pimentos. Stir briskly until the rice has become coated with the oils and spices. Add a few gallons of stock, and bring to a boil. Within a generation, Spain's king, Charles V, was the most powerful man in the world. After the re-conquest, Charles built this Renaissance palace incongruously right in the middle of the Alhambra grounds. It's what conquering civilizations do: build their palace atop their foe's palace. This circle-in-a-square structure was the finest Renaissance palace in all of Spain. And back downtown, Granada's cathedral facade — also built shortly after the re-conquest — declares triumph as well. Add another pallet if necessary. Mix in a boatload of fresh, whole shrimp. When the rice is done, remove — remembering to lift with your knees — and let set for 10 minutes. Now you could just stare at the pretty colors and textures, but I recommend eating it for the full experience. Dish out servings daintily, and garnish with a wedge of lemon. Feeds 48 hungry vacationers. Adjust recipe measurements accordingly. The story of Granada is all about the Islamic Moors. In the year 711, these North African Muslims crossed the Strait of Gibraltar and quickly conquered the Iberian Peninsula, eventually converting most of its inhabitants. Throughout the Middle Ages — for over 700 years — Spain was a predominantly Muslim society, living under Muslim rule. And that age shapes today's sightseeing agenda. Granada's dominant sight is the Alhambra, the last and greatest Moorish palace. Nowhere else does the splendor of that civilization, Al-Andalus, shine so brightly. In the evening, in the hilly Sacromonte district, Gypsy families entertain tourists with colorful folkloric shows. These intimate concerts are performed in the very caves that once housed Granada's Gypsy community. Along with Gypsies and hippies, tolerant Granada has a sizable Muslim population. A modern mosque, built in 2003, fits in with the local architecture and comes with a live call to prayer. The muezzin cries "God is great" from the minaret without amplification…as non-Muslim neighbors insisted. There are about 700, 000 Muslims in Spain, and that includes nearly 10 percent of Granada's residents. To learn more, we're joined by Malik Basso, a member of Granada's Muslim community. Rick: Would you say most of the Spanish Muslims are immigrant neighbors coming over from Africa for better jobs? Malik: Yes — Moroccans, Algerians, Turks, Pakistanis. Sevilla vs Granada live score, H2H and lineups Sevilla Granada live score (and video online live stream) starts on 12 Nov 2023 at 11:00 UTC time in Liga F, Spain. The sounds, sights, and experiences of southern Spain are shaped by waves of history. Join us as we enjoy the food, music, dance, and art of perhaps Europe's most passionate corner — Andalucía. For many, a trip to Andalucía starts and ends here, on the beach. Sure, the Costa del Sol is great fun — and we'll be back for a break later. But I enjoy the heart and soul of this multi-faceted region in the interior. After splashing on the sun-soaked beach, we'll dance flamenco in a street party, slice ham as if it's a gift from heaven, stumble onto a midnight procession, admire the splendor of a former Moorish mosque, cook paella for the entire neighborhood, shake our castanets to fiery Gypsy music, and marvel at the Alhambra. Rueda de prensa de Alexander Medina previa al partido 12:01Rueda de prensa de Alexander Medina previa al partido Granada CF vs Sevilla FC. 54 views · Streamed 33 minutes agomore. Granada CF. 24.7K.


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