Through intercepted letters Walker learned of this and determined to strike at Granada.
As soon as I could stand on my feet, she conveyed me with the utmost secrecy to Granada.
The principal centres of tinaja-making were Toledo, Seville, and Granada.
Moses, the older of the two, was born at Granada about 1070 and died after 1138.
Object of greatest interest, ruins of the Alhambra, at Granada.
He was born in Granada, and was called the Spanish Stradivarius.
When he entered the gates of Granada and announced the loss of the king and army, a voice of horror went throughout the city.
There are no horses on this beach, and we cannot walk to Granada in our state.
He was in Granada, dressed again in crimson and gold, towering again with his silver head, honored and praised.
"I am a merchant, with friends of my own at Granada," answered Castell.