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    Moving To Spain Made Easy

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    The biggest headache for anyone moving overseas is dealing with customs. Your dedicated Removal Coordinator will guide you through the process from start to finish.


    • Customs Declarations
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    7 Quirky Facts

    1. Was Ruled By Muslim Kings
      The city was ruled longer by the Moors than it has been by the Spanish. For nearly 800 years it was a Muslim kingdom, the longest Muslim ruled area of Spain. By comparison Granada has only been in Spanish hands for 500 years. The Moors arrived in 711, making the Alhambra their stronghold and it was the last area to be held by the Moors until 1492 when Spain was completely liberated. Muslim names and influences can still be seen across the city.
    2. It’s Old
      The first settlers arrived around 5500 BC. The area was held by the Romans, Zirid (African) kings, it was a Jewish state, all before the Moors set up home.
    3. The Name Game
      Alhambra derives from the Arabic, al-Ḥamrā meaning ‘the red one’ which refers to the colour of the stone. Granada stems from Gárnata, meaning ‘hill of strangers’ in Arabic. Gárnata became Granada which is actually the Spanish word for pomegranate. The fruit is the heraldic symbol and emblem of the city.
    4. Granada Cathedral
      The magnificent Granada Cathedral in Plaza de las Pasiegas was Spain’s first Renaissance church. Built in the 16th century it eclipsed most other Spanish buildings but there are still a number of impressive Muslim constructions left by the Moors. The Cathedral took 200 years to build, by comparison, the Pyramids of Giza were built in a mere 20 years!
    5. Don’t Look Down
      Granada is a long way up, more than 700 metre (2,300 feet) above sea level. The altitude means it’s incredibly hot in the summer, autumnal days are clear and the winters are extremely cold.
    6. Peaked
      Spain’s capital Madrid, is a mere 667 meters above sea level. While Granada is close to the Sierra Nevada mountain range with Spain’s highest peak, Mulhacén, at 3,479 meters. The topography adds to the climate of the city adding to the extreme temperatures.
    7. Ski Sunday
      Now you might not think of Andalucía as an obvious choice for a skiing holiday but the altitude and mountainous peaks mean Granada is an ideal ski destination. The nearest ski station is just 21.7 miles away and held the Alpine World Ski Championships in 1996. It’s possible to go skiing in the morning, head back down to warmer climes and be sunbathing on the beach in the afternoon.

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