Photos of the Realejo Neigbourhood

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For most people the Realejo is a really pleasant neighbourhood in Granada. There are loads of bars, restaurants, and squares. The Campo de Principe is a good place to eat out in the evenings. Throughout the ages, the Barrio Realejo was an important Jewish quarter and called Garnata al-Yahud (Granada of the Jews) by the Moors when they arrived in Granada in the 8th century. During the years of Moorish rule, Jews lived relatively peacefully but following the Christian conquest by the Catholic Monarchs, the Jews were expelled, the Jewish quarter was destroyed and the barrio was renamed El Realejo. To see more infomation Click here


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Campo de Príncipe (1)

Campo de Príncipe (1)

Santo Domingo Church

Santo Domingo Church

Campo de Príncipe (2)

Campo de Príncipe (2)

Calle Molinos in the Realejo

Calle Molinos in the Realejo

tunel santo domingo

tunel santo domingo

El Niño de las Pinturas (1)

El Niño de las Pinturas (1)

realejo alhambra palace

realejo alhambra palace

realejo cuadro

realejo cuadro

Campo de Príncipe (swings)

Campo de Príncipe (swings)

A place to let kids play and have a beer.