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Madrasah of Granada

The Madrasah of Granada is located directly opposite two of the most important monuments: the Cathedral of Granada and the Royal Chapel of Granada. This palace is commonly known as the Madrasa of Granada, but is also called Yusufiyya or Muslim Yusuf I University, House of Science and Old Town Hall, in Arabic. It was the first university in Arab Granada inaugurated in 1349 by King Yusuf I of Granada and was active for years and became a great center of Koranic Studies. It still retains an mihrab. Its facade is Baroque and is currently closed for renovation, but it usually operates as an exhibition

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