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Published on Feb 10, 2007
The Alcazar is probably the planet's most confused World Heritage Site. The Spanish King who drove the Moors out of Seville wanted his own Moorish palace, and hired Moors from Grenada as workers to construct a version of the Alhambra, including magnificent gardens. Another section of the Alcazar, directly attached, is a conventional European palace.
This clip is segment of "From Flamenco to Fez", presenting a 2 continent, 3 country trip to Spain, Morocco, and Portugal. It features Madrid, Toledo, Grenada (the Alhambra), Seville (Spain), Fez and Marrakesh in Morocco, Lisbon, & Fatima in Portugal, plus much more, including a lavish Berber spectacle of music, dancing, and horse riding.
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