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The mosque's baths no longer showcase the glory of yesteryear. Today, it takes some imagination to recall what it may have looked like when it was still in use.

I didn't see that many shops within the Alhambra itself. This is one of them, displaying their wares with respect to the site's history.

The Palacio de Carlos V is my most hated building in the Alhambra. The exterior's designs is completely incoherent with the rest of the palace. Much of the exhibition facilities have also been closed due to renovations.

The Palacio de Yusuf III is a lush garden that is beautifully manicured by an army of horticulturalists. Unlike the Nasrid Palaces next door, there are few buildings in this corner of the Alhambra.

The only buildings mark the border of the Alhambra - the edge of the hill.

The Palacio del Partal is a narrow building that stretches along the hillside with windows that face the Albaic?n.

Heading back towards the exit ...

The Puerta de la Justicia and Pilar de Carlos V are part of another entrance to the Alhambra, but it doesn't have ticket sale facilities.

Heading back downhill, the Puerta de las Granadas marks the exit back to the city.

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