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Granada is a city in Spain that has 250-350 000 people Granada is a student city with a large amount of people coming from outside to study In January there are lots of blue skies and it is warm when the sun is shining but it gets cold at night There are occasional frosts The best time to visit Granada is in the Spring and Autumn when the temperature is just perfect with warm sunny days During July and August it can be very hot Granada has a dry heat which is much more bearable than the humid heat which you will find in Barcelona There is very little rainfall although every few years there are spells when it rains very heavily Granada is located next to the Sierra Nevada mountains in Andalusia in the south of Spain It is about 70km from the coast Granada is located just at the point where the Sierra Nevada mountains meet the fertile plain of the vega Behind it are steep mountains and in front there is flat agricultural land The altitude is 630 metres Spain is generally very monocultural in comparison to most of the other developed countries For centuries Spain was host to Arabic culture and this has left many strong imprints both genetically and culturally The granadainos dont have a particularly good reputation and they are renown for their mala follar which means bad humour The granadinos are less friendly and lighthearted than the average Spaniard Granada has the Alhambra which is considered by some to be one of the 10 wonders of the world The Alhambra is a massive castle constructed over many centuries It consists of gardens fortifications and sumptuous palaces It was the home of many of the Arabic Sultans who ruled the whole province It receives 8000 visitors per day and is Spains most visited monument Even the biggest philistine would be impressed Granada
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