The Alhambra and The Alcazar (Spain)
The Alhambra and Reales Alcázeres are palaces in Spain dating to the 14th century. The rulers who had these building constructed were Moors and hence Moslims. Their art consists to a large degree of geometric designs.
The Reales Alcázeres is also known as Alcázar of Seville. This royal palace was built in the 1360s. The Alcazar is listed as a Unesco World heritage Site.
|The Palace as seen from the yard||Pillars|
|Palace Window||Wall with decorations|
|C2 Rozette||C4 Rozette|
|Border Patterns||A mosaic tile||A hexagonal Pattern|