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The Mirador San Nicolas, Albayzin Granada
Spain

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Mirador San Nicolas The Mirador San Nicolas is located on one of the highest points of the Albayzin at the Camino Nuevo de San Nicolas. There is a spectacular view of the Alhambra from this point. The plaza is usually filled with people who are just sitting down there or lying down, looking at the Alhambra. . All the streets of the Albayzin are made of river stones, and it is very difficult to walk on them, and many places have no sidewalks. To get to the Mirador, one can take a bus from the Plaza Nueva.

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Uploaded: 28/11/2010
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