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[文化博览] 【整理】2012-12-05 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —20

 

 

 

BBC西班牙艺术-西班牙南区最风情  | BBC The Art of Spain  The Moorish South

 


     西班牙最风情的地方不在马德里、不在巴塞罗那,而是西班牙南部,充满阿拉伯风格的建筑和文化。摩尔人在艺术上的卓越,对空间的恐惧。还有16世纪对密集图案的喜爱。西班牙曾被阿拉伯占领长达800多年,在此之前,我甚至从没把西班牙和阿拉伯世界联系!

    身为评论家和艺术历史学家的Andrew Graham-Dixon自西班牙南部向北部进发,向大家展现了一个个关于欧洲最令人兴奋,至关重要的艺术故事。在发掘摩尔人的西班牙的同时,为了深入地了解穆斯林政治和文化的影响,从科尔多瓦到格拉纳达,看科尔多瓦古老的大清真寺,塞尔维亚的城堡以及格拉纳达的阿罕布拉宫。认识摩尔人引进很多新的食物--包括柑橘类的水果,咖啡还有香料--到西班牙的事。


  Critic and art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon travels from southern to northern Spain to tell the story of some of Europe’s most exciting and vital art. In an exploration of Moorish Spain, he looks at Muslim political and cultural influence as he travels from Cordoba to Granada, seeing classic buildings such as the Great Mosque in Cordoba, the Alcazar in Seville and the Alhambra in Granada. He also shows how the Moors introduced new foods – including citrus fruits, coffee and spices – to Spain.


   The films covers the period from the first tentative stirrings of Tchaikovsky's musical talent to the composition of his opera Eugene Onegin and the failure of his marriage to Antonina Milyukova.It looks at the women who fired his musical imagination in the early years, from Katerina Kabanova in his first orchestral work, The Storm, to his dearly loved Tatyana in Onegin.



 

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The city of Granada was the last Moorish capital of Al Andalus, the last city to hold out against the reconquest.





The Nasrid dynasty ruled from here, managing to resist Christian invasion for nearly 200 years.





But today, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Moors still run Granada.





If you're in the mood, you can take an Arabic bath in one of the city's many Moorish bath houses.





After taking the waters, you can visit a Moorish tea house and take some tea. And then if you're feeling peckish, a trip to a Moorish restaurant is in order.





It's all very atmospheric, even if it is completely fake, the confection to put the tourists in an appropriately Moorish mood.





But the one really authentic Moorish experience is to be had in the ultimate Moorish palace - the Alhambra.





Even here, you can't get away from the tourists.





Over 6,000 people visit this extraordinary series of royal palaces every day, to hear tales of the Nasrid kings who used to live here.









And what bloodthirsty tales they are.





According to legend, the Alhambra was built by Christian slaves imprisoned in dark dungeons.





And at least nine of the Nasrid kings were murdered by methods as dastardly as drowning, stabbing, and eating poisoned batter.





The Alhambra is above all a palace of myths and legends.





It's a place where people feel a profound need to tell stories, partly to explain to themselves the nature of this place.





For example, it's said that the Sultan used to sit here on his throne.





It is said that this door here is a false entrance designed to put off would-be assassins, although everything we know about the bloody history of the Nasrid dynasty suggests that assassins were not to be easily fooled.





They usually got their man.





The truth is, that we know almost nothing about the precise functions of each of these spaces.





The only thing that we can be certain of is that the art and the architecture here is absolutely breathtaking.

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[Homework]2012-12-05 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —20

The city of Granada was the last Moorish capital of Al Andalus, the last city to hold out against the reconquest.


The Nasrid dynasty ruled from here, managing to resist Christian invasion for nearly 200 years.


But today, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Moors still run Granada.


If you're in the mood, you can an Arabic bath in one of the city's many Moorish bath houses.


After taking the waters, you can visit a Moorish tea house and take some tea. And if you're feeling
peckish, a trip to a Moorish restaurant is in order.


It's all very atmospheric,even if it is completely fake. A confection to put the tourists in an appropriately Moorish mood.


But the one really authentic Moorish experience is to be had in the ultimate Moorish palace - the Alhambra.


Even here, you can't get away from the tourists.


Over 6,000 people visit this extraordinary series of royal palaces every day, to hear tales of the Nasrid
kings who used to live here.




And what bloodthirsty tales they are.


According to legend, the Alhambra was built by Christian slaves imprisoned in dark dungeons.


And at least nine of the Nasrid kings were murdered by methods as dastardly as drowning, stabbing,
and eating poisoned batter.


The Alhambra is above all a palace of myths and legends.


It's a place where people feel a profound need to tell stories, partly to explain to themselves
the nature of this place.


For example, it's said that the Sultan used to sit here on his throne.


It is said that this door here is a false entrance designed to put off would-be assassins,
although everything we know about the bloody history of the Nasrid dynasty suggests that assassins were not to be easily fooled.


They usually got their man.


The truth is, that we know almost nothing about the precise functions of each of these spaces.


The only thing that we can be certain of is that the art and the architecture here is absolutely breathtaking.




                                                   
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[Homework]2012-12-05 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —20

The City of Granada was the last Moorish capital of Al-Andalus, the last city to hold out against the re-conquest. The Nasrid Dynasty ruled from here, managing to resist Christian invasion for nearly 200 years. But today you'd be forgiven for thinking the Moors still run Granada.


If you're in the mood, you can take an Arabic bath in one of the city's many bath houses. After taking the waters, you can visit a Moorish tea house and take some tea. But then if you are feeling peckish, a trip to a Moorish restaurant is in order. It's all very atmospheric, even if it's completely fake, a confection to put the tourists in an appropriately Moorish mood.


But the one really authentic Moorish experience is to be had in the ultimate Moorish palace- the Alhambra. Even here you can't get away from the tourists. Over 6,000 people visit this extraordinary series of royal palaces every day, to hear tales of the Nasrid kings who used to live here. And what blood thirsty tales they are! According to legend, the Alhambra was built by Christian slaves imprisoned in dark dungeons. At least nine of the Nasrid kings were murdered, by methods of as dastardly as drowning, stabbing, and eating poisoned batter.


The Alhambra is, above all, a palace of myths and legends. It's a place where people feel a profound need to tell stories, partly to explain to themselves the nature of this place. For example, it is said that the sultan used to sit here on his throne. It is said that this door here is a false entrance designed to put off would-be assassins although everything we know about the bloody history of the Nasrid Dynasty suggests that assassins were not to be easily fooled. They usually got their men. The truth is that we almost know nothing about the precise functions of each of these spaces. The only thing that we can be certain of is that the art and architecture here is absolutely breath-taking.
                                                   
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[Homework]2012-12-05 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —20

The city of Granada was the last Moorish capital of Al Andalus, but the city to hold out against reconquest. The Nasrid Dynasty ruled from here, managing to resist Christian invasion for nearly 200 years. But today you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Moors still run Granada.

If you are in the mood, you may take an Arabic bath in one of the city's many Moorish bath houses. After taking the waters, you can visit a Moorish tea house and take some tea. Then if you're feeling peckish, a trip to a Moorish restaurant is in order. It's all very atmospheric, even if it is completely fake, the confection to put tourists in an appropriately Moorish mood. But one really authentic Moorish experience is to be had in the ultimate Moorish palace, the Alhambra.


Even here, you can't get away from the tourists. Over 6000 people visit this extraordinary series of royal palaces every day, to hear tales of Nasrid kings who used to live here. And what blood thirsty tales they are? According to legend, the Alhambra was built by Christian slaves imprisoned in dark dungeons. And at least 9 of Nasrid kings were murdered by methods as dastardly as drowning, stabbing, and eating poisoned batter.


The Alhambra is above all a palace of myths and legends. It's a place where people feel a profound need to tell stories, partly to explain to themselves the nature of this place. For example, it's said the sultan used to sit here on his throne. It is said that this door here is a false entrance designed to put off what would-be assassins, although everything we know about the bloody history of Nasrid Dynasty suggests that the assassins would not be easily fooled. They usually got their man. The truth is that we know almost nothing about the precise functions of each of these spaces. The only thing that we can be certain of is that the art and architecture here is absolutely breath-taking.











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The city of Granada was the last Moorish capital of Al Andalus.The last city to hold out against the reconquest.The Nastry dynasty ruled from here,managering to resist Christian invation for nearly 200 years.But now,you will be forgiven for thinking that the Moors still run Granada.
If you are in a mood,you can take an Arabic bath in one of the city's Moorish bath houses.After taking the waters,you can visit Moorish teahouse and take some tea.And if you are feeling peckish,a trip to a Moorish restaurant is in order.
It's always atmospheric,even if it is completely fake.A confection to put the tourists in an appropriately Moorish mood.
But the one more authentic Moorish experience is to be had in the ultimate Moorish palace,the Alhambra.
Even here you can't get away from the tourists.Over 6000 people visit this extrordinary series of royal palaces everyday.To hear tales of a Nasrid king who used to live here.And what blood thirsty tales they are.
According to the legend,the Alhambra was built by Christian's slaves imprisoned in dark dungous.
And at least 9 of the Nasrid kings were murdered by methods as dasdartidly as drowning,stapping,and eating poisoned batter.
The Alhambra is above all a palace of myths and legends.It is a price for people feel a profound need to tell stories,partly through explain it themselves the nature of this place.For example,it's said that the Sultan used to sit here on his throne.It is said that this store here is a force sentrance designed to put off would be assasians although everything we know about the bloody history of the Nasrid history suggests that the assasians were not to be easily fooled.They usually got that man.The truth is, that we know almost nothing of the precise functions of each of these spaces.The only thing that we can be certain of is that the art and architecture here is absolutely breathtaking.
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The city of Granada was the last Moorish capital of Al Andalus, the last city to hold out against the reconquest.


The Nasrid dynasty ruled from here, managing to resist Christian invasion for nearly 200 years.


But today, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Moors still run Granada.


If you're in the mood, you can take an Arabic bath in one of the city's many Moorish bath houses.


After taking the waters, you can visit a Moorish tea house and take some tea. And then if you're feeling peckish, a trip to a Moorish restaurant is in order.


It's all very atmospheric, even if it is completely fake, the confection to put the tourists in an appropriately Moorish mood.


But the one really authentic Moorish experience is to be had in the ultimate Moorish palace - the Alhambra.


Even here, you can't get away from the tourists.


Over 6,000 people visit this extraordinary series of royal palaces every day, to hear tales of the Nasrid kings who used to live here.




And what bloodthirsty tales they are.


According to legend, the Alhambra was built by Christian slaves imprisoned in dark dungeons.


And at least nine of the Nasrid kings were murdered by methods as dastardly as drowning, stabbing, and eating poisoned batter.


The Alhambra is above all a palace of myths and legends.


It's a place where people feel a profound need to tell stories, partly to explain to themselves the nature of this place.


For example, it's said that the Sultan used to sit here on his throne.


It is said that this door here is a false entrance designed to put off would-be assassins, although everything we know about the bloody history of the Nasrid dynasty suggests that assassins were not to be easily fooled.


They usually got their man.


The truth is, that we know almost nothing about the precise functions of each of these spaces.


The only thing that we can be certain of is that the art and the architecture here is absolutely breathtaking.
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[Homework]【整理】2012-12-05 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —20

The city of Granada was the last Moorish capital of Al Andalus, the last city to hold out against the reconquest. The Nasrid Dynasty ruled from here, managing to resist Christian invasion for nearly 200 years. But today, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Moors still run Granada.
If you are in the mood, you can take an Arabic bath in one of the city's many Moorish bathhouses.
After taking the waters you can visit a Moorish teahouse and take some tea. And then if you're feeling peckish, a trip to a Moorish restaurant is in order. It's all very atmospheric even if it is completely fake, the confection to put the tourists in an appropriately Moorish mood.
But the one really authentic Moorish experience is to be had in the ultimate Moorish palace, the Alhambra.
Even here you can't get away from the tourists. Over 6,000 people visit this extraordinary series of royal palaces every day to hear tales of the Nasrid kings who used to live here. And what bloodthirsty tales they are? According to legend, the Alhambra was built by Christian slaves imprisoned in dark dungeons. And at least nine of the Nasrid kings were murdered by methods as dastardly as drowning, stabbing, and eating poisoned batter.
The Alhambra is above all, a palace of myths and legends. It's a place where people feel a profound need to tell stories, partly to explain to themselves the nature of this place. For example, it's said that the Sultan used to sit here on his throne. It is said that this door here is a false entrance designed to put off would-be assassins although everything we know about the bloody history of the Nasrid Dynasty suggests that the assassins were not to be easily fooled, they usually got their man. The truth is that we know almost nothing about the precise functions of each of these spaces. The only thing that we can be certain of is that the art and the architecture here is absolutely breath-taking.

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[Homework]【整理】2012-12-05 风情南西班牙 The Moorish South —20

the city of Granada was the last Moorish captial of Alandalus, the last city to hold out
against the re-conquest.
the Nasrid dynasty ruled from here, managing to resist Christian invasion for nearly 200 years,
but today, you would be forgiven for think that the Moors still run Granada.

if you are in the moode, you can take an arabic bath in one of the city's many Moorish
bath houses.

after taking waters, you can visit a Moorish tea house and take some tea, and then if you are
feeling peckish, a visit to Moorish restaurant is in order, it's all very atmospheric, even
if it is completely fake, the confection to put the tourist in an appropriate moorish moode.

but one really authentic moorish experience is to be had in the ultimate moorish palace, the
Alhambra

even here you can't get away from the tourists, over 6,000 people visit this extraordinary
series of royal palace every day, to hear tales of Nasrid king used to live here, and
what blood thirsty tales they are

according to legend, the Alhambra was built by Christian slaves imprisoned in dark dungeons
at least 9 of Nasrid kings were murdered by methods as dastardly as drowning, stabbing, and
eating poisoned batter.

the Alhambra is above all a palace of myths and legends, it's a place where people feel
a profound need to tell stories, partly to explain to themself the nature of this place,
for example, it's said that the Sultan used to sit here on the throne, it's said this door
here is a false entrance designed to put off would-be assassins, although everything we know
about the blood history of the Nasrid dynasty suggest that assasins were not to be easily
fooled, they usually got their man. the truth is, we know almost nothing about the precise
functions of each of these spaces,

the only thing that we can be certain of now,  is that the art and architecture here is
absolutely breathtaking.



                                                   
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