Graffiti and street art is an important element of culture in Granada, and the art can range from beautiful, politically-motivated, ornamental, or just plain obscene.
A sign warns large trucks not to enter this particular roadway in Granada, Spain.
The Alhambra was erected for the last Muslim Emurs in Spain and its court of the Nasrid Dynasty. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Alhambra is considered Granada's main and most impressive tourist attraction.
Pigeons fly over the Alhambra, Spain's most famous Moorish palace.
Cave dwellings are popular in the hills of Sacromonte because of their natural temperature regulation; these cave houses maintain a steady
temperature of 19-20 degrees Celsius year round. These caves are not simply a hole in a mountain but often contain many amenities available in more traditional houses such as electrical appliances and a full kitchen.
A "caveman" gives a tour of his home, which is located inside a cave in the mountains of Granada.