The Northern Walls of Alhama de Granada c16th century

Product Code: SPS Art 46 Print
Availability: 5
Medium: Water Colour 300g
Canvas Size: 297mm x 420mm
Material: 300g Paper
Framed/Unframed: Unframed

From its Northern side Alhama de Granada looked very different than it does today in the 16th century. A square, 20th century, tower now stands where the aqueduct once entered the city and only a fragment of the double tower remains. As the town expanded the steep ravine was stepped to form more Streets and the impressive town walls where demolished to make way for houses on, what is now, called Calle Adarve Remedios which roughly follows the line of the original defensive wall.