The most impressive Arab doorway in the centre of Granada
A warehouse for merchandise and accommodation for merchants. It is the oldest monument bequeathed by the Moors. It was adapted by the Christians to accommodate theatrical performances. Originally, it served as a warehouse for merchandise and accommodation for merchants.
The building opens on to the exterior via a Moorish façade. The northern façade, divided into two storeys, is particularly noteworthy, with the lower storey forming a large horseshoe arch, decorated with geometric plant forms and crowned by a Kufic inscription praising Allah. The construction materials employed are typical of Moorish Spain: brick, plaster and wood.
Visit the Corral del Carbón with the GRANADA CARD.