Object of greatest interest, ruins of the Alhambra, at Granada.
Go not to the Alhambra: the fort is impenetrable—the guard faithful.
Mr. T. Martin had built the first hotel which he named the Alhambra.
After all, his visit to the Alhambra had brought some good to him.
These buildings reproduce all types of the Hispano-Moorish architecture, with many suggestions from the Alhambra.
Alhambra, the palatial fortress of Granada (from al hamra—the red).
He had come to the club with Mostyn, after a dozen turns at the Alhambra, followed by a prolonged theater supper.
He was curiously reminded of the conjuring performance at the Alhambra.
Then we went to the Alhambra, which looks like an enchanted palace.
Then he wrote a book, Tales of the Alhambra, which we can still read and enjoy.
palace of the Moorish kings in Granada, Spanish, from Arabic (al kal'at) al hamra "the red (castle)," from fem. of ahmuru "red." So called for the sun-dried bricks of which its outer walls were built.