Royal Quarters of Santo Domingo - History, Inscriptions and Opening HoursCuarto Real de Santo Domingo served the Muslims during Ramadan. It belonged to the Arab queens but later was bought by the Catholic kings, who ceded it to the Convent of Santa Cruz.
It has been privately owned since the Nineteenth Century.
Only one tower remains from the Arab buildings, now located inside a modern building surrounded by gardens, where it formerly had a porch.
Its interior contains a square room of 7 metres, which has an entrance arch bearing the inscription: "God is One", extracted from the Koran.
On either side of the room there are ornaments and inscriptions, plaster panels on the walls, and twenty arches with plaster latticework which support a timber truss.
In front of the hall there are three balconies, the hanging central arch, bordering on a base of simple room.
Opening Hours and Entrance
October-AprilFriday to Sunday, from 10:30 to 14:30, and from 16:00 to 20:00.
May-SeptemberWednesday to Sunday, from 10:00 to 14:00, and from 16:30 to 20:30.
The entrance to the Cuarto Real de Santo Domingo is free.
Royal Quarters of Santo Domingo Location
Location:Cuarto Real de Santo Domingo, near the Plaza de los Campos, Realejo, Granada.
How to Get There:You can get to Royal Quarters of Santo Domingo using Granada city buses, routes called C30, C32 and C35 or just walking from the centre, it's a 10 minutes' walk.
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