Inside the Nasrid Palace, it is highly decorated, everything from the walls and floors to the ceilings is ornamental. There are several pools and fountains and the place looks fit for a king. Among my favorite parts are the ceilings because they are very unique. Every ceiling is different, carved by hand and the carvings stretch down from the ceilings themselves and follow partly down the walls. In fact, some of the walls were completely carved as well.
There is just so much to see here that you really have to go yourself to take it all in, but there is one last part that sorta gave me the chills. One of the palace rooms is, by most historical accounts, the place in which Christopher Columbus requested and received the funds from the King and Queen of Spain to leave on the journey to ultimately find the New World. I've been to a lot of historic locations in the U.S., which were integral in the founding of our country, and I've also been to a lot of places in Europe, which far out date our country all together, but I kinda got the chills because despite that our country would eventually have been discovered, it would not be the same as it is today had Columbus been told "No."
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