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« The province of Granada has about 11,800 caves carved into the mountains, located mainly in Sacromonte, an area that UNESCO has listed as a World Heritage Site. Most were excavated in the 15th century as homes for Muslims and Jews who were being chased out by Catholic monarchs. And about 5,800* are still privately owned and in full-time use today. »
Article sur l’habitat troglodytique à Sacromonte dans la province de Grenade en Espagne. (Merci à Andrew pour le lien)
Autre lien: Maria « La Canastera » and the caves of Sacromonte
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