Granada, the city in Andalusia, Spain that I have travelled to often. The city was the last strong hold of the Islamic state during the Reconquista(the re-conquest of Islamic land by the Christians around the 8th Century)and even after several hundred years, it still retains a distinct Arab culture. It is a wonder that the city retains its harmony despite the intricate weave of history. I find the co-existence of Islam and Christianity, two opposing religions, to be the most attractive part about this city. Granada was just another foreign town I visited during my travels, but I became strongly drawn towards the open-mindedness, the peoples’ warm hearts, the randomness(in a good way). Colour, smell, words, music and people mix and mingle like the arabesque designs of Islamic art, and the city is covered with various colours of light. When dusk gradually arrives, I always climb the hills in the old town. The view of the city of Granada and the Alhambra, glows in a beautiful red as the rays of the setting sun shines upon it. I wonder what beautiful scenes this city will show me next time I visit. I hope to watch over the majestic changes of this place, a city born from he harmony of different cultures.