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  1. Kalar Reply

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  2. Shaktigis Reply

    alcazar definition: 1. a palace or fortress of the Moors in Spain 2. [A-] such a palace in Seville, later used by the Spanish kingsOrigin of alcazarSpanish alcázar from Arabic al qa?r, the castle from uncertain or unknown; perhaps Classical Latin.

  3. Zushura Reply

    Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos is an impressive fortress, although it's not in its original glory. It was the home of Kings and Queens, particularly the Christian ones, as the name implies. It is centuries old, and it was a real fortress/5(K).

  4. Kilar Reply

    Alcazar, un restaurant bar dans le 6 ème arrondissement de Paris. Vous y retrouverez une ambiance conviviale avec sa décoration chinée et son intérieur fleuri à l’allure de jardin. .

  5. Nikojas Reply

    Alcazar definition is - a Spanish fortress or palace. History and Etymology for alcazar. Spanish alcázar, from Arabic al-qaṣr the castle.

  6. Moogurn Reply

    The Alcázar started life in the 10th century as a fort for the Cordoban governors of Seville but it was in the 11th century that it got its first major rebuild. Under the city’s Abbadid rulers, the original fort was enlarged and a palace known as Al-Muwarak (the Blessed) was built in what’s now the western part of the quepifolkfenkersdigeslitopssipekas.coinfoon: Plaza del Triunfo, Seville, Sevilla Province.

  7. Tebar Reply

    For Sale - Alcazar Dr, Punta Gorda, FL - $, View details, map and photos of this single family property with 3 bedrooms and 3 total baths. MLS# C

  8. Tauk Reply

    Alcazar, Spanish alcázar, any of a class of fortified structures built in the 14th and 15th centuries in Spain. (The term is derived from the Arabic word al-qaṣr, meaning “castle,” or “fortress.”).

  9. Kagam Reply

    The Alcázar of Segovia (literally, "Segovia Fortress") is a medieval castle located in the city of Segovia (Castile and León, Spain), a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

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