Urban Exploring at Granada's Lost Palace
19 March 2017 | Mri Grout
Granada is famous for its historical buildings that date back centuries with its most prominent being the Alhambra overlooking the old Moorish town. However, secreted away on the outskirts of the city, hidden amongst the groves and winding river of farmland lies a hidden gem that I have dubbed ‘Granada’s Lost Palace.’ For whatever name it once held is now lost to the gernal public, its secret buried years, maybe even centuries ago when the last of its occupants died. Or maybe it is still known to someone somewhere, but that knowledge, as well as its history, is unknown even to Google. Any knowledge wanted must be deciphered from its crumbling ruins. But luckily access to Granada’s Lost Palace is far from difficult. Unfortunately, however it’s also technically illegal to go urban exploring here despite the easy entrance. So for those not willing to chance it, here are some inside photos of Granada’s Lost Palace that I have managed to get from some random, secret people.
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