The Banuelo of Granada is one of the few such establishments that were saved from destruction by
These Arab baths have survived because of the building on top of it of a private home, commenced almost from the day of the Spanish occupation of the city.
In 1918, The Banuelo was declared a National Monument and was restored by the architect Balbas. Surprises to be found in The Banuelo are their large size and good level of conservation. Beautiful porticos are based on the Arab style.
You can access The Banuelo through a small house, renovated in the Christian era. Its rooms are rectangular and it has various chambers with brick arches, with a star-like window in the roof for allowing in light.
The entrance to the Banuelo is free
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