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Campo Baeza, Alberto
Granada, the medieval seat of the Nasrid dynasty, whose rulers built the Alhambra, is a monument al city. But this monumentality ends abruptly at the edge of Granada's historical centre: where as the old city consists largely of courtyard corral housing and carmen villas with lush gardens, not to mention the famous monuments themselves, the modern20th century extension is made up of pretty much the same sort of residential, institutional and commercial buildings that can be seen anywhere
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