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Jewish quarter in Granada: what to see in Realejo

For multiple centuries, Granada was a symbol of the co-existence of three religions. In addition to the Nasrid dynasty in the Albaicin, there was the Jewish quarter known today as Realejo that was situated at the foot of the hill. In this area, which is now located right in the centre of Granada, the Jewish […]

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Cicerone in Lab in Granada. ‘A good manners guide’ for guides

LabIN Granada – the citizens’ laboratory To start this article, we want to introduce you to the new citizens’ project, LabIN Granada. This project originates from the UGR in order to boost participation by the university and members of the public. It aims to be a laboratory designed so that Granada’s citizens can participate more […]

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Cicerone Granada family grows again

At CICERONE, we are very happy because our guide Sofía Serrano has delivered a beautiful baby, called Gabriel. Both the mother and the little one are in great shape and ready to start their adventure together. The whole CICERONE team wishes you much happiness and good health to enjoy it. The world is a beautiful […]

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Celebrating the centenary of Manuel de Falla’s arrival in Granada

If a person decides to come back in a city, it is because the city has left its mark on them first. This happened to Manuel de Falla with Granada, long before he arrived a century ago. Since childhood, he had felt an enormous pull towards the city of the Alhambra. This intensified when he […]

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