On 2nd January 1492 the sultanate of Granada, Spain, fell to the hands of Catholic monarchs after almost 800 years of Arab-Islamic rule. It was also the end of Al-Andalus, or Islamic Iberia. Nowadays, echoes of an ancient Muslim presence can be found among a community of people that spontaneously chose Islam over Christianity as their religion and Granada as […]
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