At the end of the 16th century Granada was a convulsed city, where Christians and Muslims tried to legitimize its origin, both of them by wielding their theories. It was in that age that the archbishop Pedro de Castro decided to end all doubts and asked Ambrosio de Vico to develop in a detailed, complete and accurate way what nowadays is considered the first map of the city.
Fifty years before,(about 1550) the Palace was built by orders of the fifth Count of Cabra, Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba y Fernández de Córdoba, grandson of the Great Captain, who was the first person that lived in, giving us a precious architectural work that still lasts between the cobbled streets of the Albaicín.
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