• Ferndinand is on the left. The only supposedly reliable portrait of Columbus, in the pleated skirt.
  • Spanish ships of the day. A caravel, like the Santa Maria is in the center.
  • Fan with an Asian theme.
    • Juan of La Azotea.
      • Approaching the cathedral. The Moorish tower.
            • Choir.
            • The grand altar. 60 feet high, the largest known.
              • Columbus. The pall bearers represent Castile, Aragon, León, and Navarre.
              • St. Christopher.
              • The patron saints of Seville, Santa Justa and Santa Rufina. They were pottery makers.
                        • The ramp up the tower. Horses could climb to the top.
                                  • Casa Morisca in Granada.
                                    • Granada’s Cathedral.
                                      • The Alhambra.
                                      • The long climb up. Here comes the Tour de France!
                                      • Alhambra fortress.
                                      • Moorish Palace of the Nazarines on the left, 15th century palace of Carlos V on the right.
                                      • Beautiful Court of the Myrtles.
                                        • Islamic art has no images.
                                        • Granada from the palace.
                                                      • Door to the Harem.
                                                      • “Washington Irving slept here” in 1829 when the Alhambra was a ruin. He wrote “Tales of the Alhambra” in this room.