Photos of Paseo de los Tristes in Granada

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Paseo de los Tristes literally means Promenade of the Sad. This square runs parallel to the River Darro and owes its name to the fact that funeral corteges used to pass through here on their way up to the cemetery behind the Alhambra. It is also called "Paseo del Padre Manjón" after the priest who founded a school for poor children in the Sacromonte (Ave María school) and it is his bust which can be seen on the other side of the fountain, which is not the original one.


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 Alhambra from Paseo de los Tristes

Alhambra from Paseo de los Tristes

Paseo de los Tristes

Paseo de los Tristes

This is a view from Paseo de los Tristes looking up at the Alhambra

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paseo de los tristes

Paseo de los Tristes

Paseo de los Tristes

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paseo tristes2

Photo taken through the cloth of Alhambra beer of the Alhambra

Photo taken through the cloth of Alhambra beer of the Alhambra