The Tower of the Princesses
Name: Tower of the Princesses of Qalahurra, built in the times of Muhammad VII. Its name is linked to the tale of the three Princesses: Zaida, Zoraida and Zorahaida as written by Washington Irving in his book “Tales of the Alhambra”.
Sultanate and chronology: it is one of the last constructions built around 1393-1394, under the sultanate of Muhammad VII.
Highlights: its inner architectural design and organization.
Contrasting styles: plain outside, richly decorated inside.
Schedule: from 8.30am to 20.00pm. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Access: with the General Admission ticket to the Monumental Complex of the Alhambra.
Capacity: 30 people.