Patio de la Reja
Alhambra, Spain
The Patio de la Reja was built between 1654 and 1655 to serve as the courtyard for the Habitaciones Imperiales (Emperor's Chambers), which were a set of rooms intended for Emperor Charles V. The courtyard is named after the wrought iron grille balcony that runs along the top of its southern wall.

Source:

The Alhambra and the Generalife: Official Guide. Madrid: Patronato de la Alhambra y Generalife and Tf Editores, 2010.


Location
Alhambra, Spain
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Events
1655/1065 AH
Variant Names
Patio de la Reja
Original
Patio of the Wrought Iron Grille
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