- Lorca: Civil war and death. Cultural trekking route
- Lorca’s youth in the fertile plain of Valderrubio. Private tour
- Lorca in Fuente Vaqueros: The beginning of a genius
- Essential Granada private tour
- Albaicin and Sacromonte twilight walking tour. Join a premium small group
- Private Albaicin walking tour and Gypsy Sacromonte
- Private tour to the places of Federico Garcia Lorca in Granada
- Private tour to the interior of the Cathedral and Royal Chapel of Granada
- Lorca and Falla in the Alhambra. Private tour
- Private tour Places of Isabella the Catholic in Granada
- Granada Essential Must-Do Tour in a premium small group
- Alhambra tour guide. Complete your experience
- Alhambra night tour in a premium small group
- Full day combo: Alhambra tour, Albaicin and Sacromonte in a premium small group
- Full Day in Granada: Visit the Alhambra and the Dobla de Oro monuments in a premium small group
- Alhambra Experiences: Night and day tour in a premium small group
- Alhambra and Generalife guided tour in a premium small group
- Private tour of the Alhambra and Generalife gardens
This week the Centro Cultural CajaGranada Memoria de Andalucía is home to the exhibition “Treasures of Granada”. Select collections from the Museo Arqueológico, comprised of 83 pieces which offer a comprehensive view of the history of Granada from the origins of the city until the 15th century.
The selected pieces on exhibition are ordered chronologically and tell a story starting with treasures as important as “El frontal del niño de la Carigüela”, remains of the first farmers and shepherds from the Neolithic period, the appearance of ceramics and polished stone. They are followed by pieces from the Bronze Age and a section focusing exclusively on Megalithic Culture, with parts focusing on seafaring and trading cultures such as the Phoenicians, Greeks and Carthaginians.
Another area is devoted to Roman times and there are also items from the initial Catholic Granada, both Byzantine and Visigoth. As an epilogue, there is a section especially dedicated to the grandeur of Al-Andalus culture’s Granada, with objects as important as the lamp of Medina Elvira, the Jarrón de Antequera and lavish panels of Nasrid tiles. Additionally, the exhibition is taking place next to the Museo de la Memoria de Andalucía (Museum of the Memory of Andalucia), which means visitors can enjoy a full vision of the history of the region of Andalusia, since the Museum has the most cutting edge museum resources presently available in Spain. It can be visited from 6th February until 15th July 2012.
Source: La Opinión Granada