Church Of San Salvador
The Church of San Salvador, built in the 16th century over the Albayzin mosque, is known for its extraordinary horseshoe arches, the Arab-style ceilings and the old traditional water tank. The ensemble came together to convert the Morisco population who had remained in Granda after the revolt. The church has a very interesting architectural style that reflects the blend of strict Classicism with Moorish elements. This is a perfect place to contemplate the effects of history on architecture.