Alhambra Palace is a symbol of Islam’s Glory in Spain
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Alhambra Palace is a symbol of Islam’s Glory in Spain. Islam was brought into the country by the Islamist forces led Tariq bin Ziyad sent viceroy of Islam in Africa, Musa bin Nusair. Troops came to liberate Islam Andalusia (Spain) at the request of the great chaos Governor Ceuta, Julian.
Tariq carrying about 12,000 troops to Gibraltar in May 711 AD He entered Spain through the strait between Morocco and Spain were then given a name in accordance with its name, Jabal Tariq.
On 19 July 711 AD Islamic forces defeated the Christian army in the Barbate River estuary, and kept control of important cities-Toledo, Cordoba, Malaga and Granada, until Spain was under the rule of the Umayyad Caliphate (Syria). A number of the Islamic empire was established in Spain, as in Toledo (Raja Muda, 711-756 AD), Malaga (King Hamudian, 1010-1057), Saragoza (Tujbiyah King, and King Huddiyah 1019-1039, 1039-1142), Valencia (King Amiriyah, 1021-1096), Badajos (King Aftasysyiyah, 1022-1094), Sevilla (King Abbadiyah, 1023-1069), and Toledo (Dzun Nuniyah King, 1028-1039).
Nearly eight centuries of Muslim rule in Spain with its capital Cordoba. In addition to the Alhambra Palace, one of the important monuments of Islamic glory Cordoba Mosque in Spain is now beralihfungsi into the Church of Santa Maria de la Sede or cathedral “Virgin of the Assumption”.