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Christian Renaissance

Granada, the last capital of the Moors on the peninsula is a destination that is worth considering when making his reservation of accommodation for your next vacation. The city of Granada is the capital of the province bearing the same name, and is situated in the eastern part of the region of Andalusia. Geographical and scenic diversity is one of the most relevant characteristics of the place. On the one hand, the coastal area with its temperate climate, on the other, the wide and fertile plain of the Genil and finally the mountain region, where the climate is much colder, especially at the Summit of Mulhacen, the highest peak of the Iberian peninsula. The town of Granada lies at the foot of the mountain chain of the Sierra Nevada, at the confluence of the Darro and Genil rivers. His extraordinary story has been marked with the artistic greatness of Moorish palaces and Christian Renaissance treasures. Granada has been developed on the base of the hills, in the same place where the former districts of Albaicin and the Alhambra were founded, bursting with such steep streets as narrow, countless corners and cracks, and beautiful landscapes.

The more modern part of the city is located in the plain, crossed by the huge and busy gran Via de Colon and Calle of the Catholic monarchs. A few meters from the crossing the streets that lead to the Cathedral can be seen. The Moors crossed the Strait of Gibraltar in 711 and settled in what at that time was a small village atop the Hill of Alhambra. There, they erected walls and established the foundations of a prosperous civilization. In the 9th century, Granada gained importance after the fall of the Caliph of Cordoba. Its peak was reached in 1238, when Mohammed Ben Nasar founded the Nasrid dynasty, and the reign of Granda stretched from Gibraltar to Murcia. Twenty Kings ensued until the King Boabdil was forced to surrender and hand over Granada to the Catholic monarchs, King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel, in 1492.

For three centuries, Islamic culture flourished in superb, bequeathing to Granada way architectural wonders of the style of the Alhambra, already declared world heritage, along with the Albaicin. Therefore, that Granada is known worldwide as the city of the Alhambra and majestic palaces. There is a lot of tourist alternatives for visiting and do during your stay in the hotel in Granada. Victor Tejerina HotelesNow.


For Gratitude If Dies Today one esteem friend of the university postou me curious message: An image of the world supporting the pain of our beliefs, that, as the cold steel of any razor, opened it esteems throughout its crust. So soon I perceived, I firmly made use myself to think the message of that one efgie formidable; The reason for which that one Sir me had postado a message bringing, as intriguing content, that stranger image. in order better to think, I looked ampler reflection. I did not think the content; I did not become to see the religion as the cause of the wounds of the world. It is clearly that alone of religion man does not become. Also the science of the promising days is part of this, that, in the measure where it discovers the world drowned in proper blood, still seems to want that good eternity of that if it dreams in the dawn alone of each day.

E NASA, at last, asks for aid: To the confines of our system, it goes there plus an object of the human delirium. Mission? Desvelar not yet the visa. It is little. It lacks to inform, for as much trifling details, of where that humanity in sounding lead form appeared. Somebody thought to be friendly the ones that with it to be come across? Perhaps there case another one where science progressed again through the dullness.

Yes. That the humanity cannot wait. the man has life haste. Knowing and the certainty of the so remote truth that the insanely improper action if saw, in the urgency, covered of some form of prudence always walks s. In the speech of the sacred faith, it has more logical aberrations that ilibadas divine and perpetual wonders. According to Nietzsche, the invention of the other made of this, sin.

Clarice Lispector

The time that can return to my eyes the brightness of the joy, to my face a semblante of hope and to mine lips the smile of the victory. When I speak in victory, does not mean that I search to carry through material dreams. I already chose my dream. I want to contemplate the dawn, the put-do-sun, the flowers, the nature, want to contemplate them and to feel the love to enter in me. To perceive in the solitude of the nature oi felt for my life, thus also thought Werther: In more, I meet here perfectly well. The solitude in this true paradise is a balsam for my heart always fremente, each shrub forms a branch of flowers, and has will of transforming in them into bee to hang in this sea of perfumes and them to suck the food.

(p.14) I am in the text, the text I am in me, I I come of the universe, the universe I am in me, I I am in the other, the other I am in me. I am in many places, and for where step I go leaving my marks. I recognize that I am made of words, as all are, and therefore I leave marks. They are accurately these words torment that me now. Words that disclose, that they transform, that they recriam, that they distress, that they cheer in them. But to write on this is not easy, as Clarice Lispector in the Hour of the Star says: ' ' Not, it is not easy to write. He is hard as to break rocks. But sparks and chips fly as steel espelhados' ' (p.19) I feel myself lost and at the same time I find me when contemplating the life, the nature, taking a walk in the vacant of proper, in search of a reply. Glad reply that my life, therefore a said word transforms any life, any poetry.