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View of the Alhambra from the Paseo de los Tristes Called the ancient gate of Guadix, the Paseo de los Tristes was, until the s. XIX, one of the busiest and held celebrations of bulls and reeds, for which the bed of the river Darro was covered with scaffolding.
It was made, in 1609, in lands ceded by the lords of Castril, and still the small square building with its tall body in the shape of a turret is preserved, and in whose facade the shields of Granada appear, elevated next to the bridge of the Chirimías. The fountain that occupies the center of Paseo de los Tristes was made in 1609.
plaza de los tristes de granada with bars and shops To the left of the Paseo de los Tristes, in front of the Alhambra, the neighborhood of the Axares extended, meaning "of health and delight", which was also called hospital of Africa, for its beauty and the temperance of its climate.
You can not get to the Paseo de los Tristes in your own car. This area is open to traffic only for buses and taxis.