The whitewashed facade tinged with deep Moorish blues gives it its unique and inviting allure.
The castle finally fell in 1484 after a 15-day siege and more than 700 years of Moorish rule.
Molly, lieutenant Mulvey that kissed her under the Moorish wall beside the gardens.
He said he was of Portugal, but I should say he had more Moorish blood in him than anything else.
But on the seventh day Charles led a battalion of his biggest, fiercest Germans straight against the Moorish center.
It is from the aqueduct of yon Moorish mill nearly at the foot of the hill.
The plan is Morisco, and the impression conveyed is partly Moorish and partly medival.
A formidable Moorish weapon, the precursor of the boarding-pike.
While at anchor thirty of his Moorish prisoners made their escape, twelve of whom were retaken by means of his boat.
They ought at least, to give us a Moorish dance, or some other mummer!