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Alhambra Granada, Puerta Vino :: www.CantabrU.com
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Desde 1556, los vecinos de la Alhambra depositaban en esta puerta el vino que consumían y que estaba exento de impuestos, lo que explica de donde proviene el nombre de la puerta, aunque existe otra teoría que dice que su nombre proviene de una simple equivocación, una confusión entre las palabras «Bib al-hamra'» (Puerta Roja o Puerta de la Alhambra), que se supone el nombre original de la puerta, y «Bib al-jamra» (Puerta del Vino), lo cual también probaría que ésta era la puerta que permitía el acceso a la Alhambra alta.

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