By Hanadi Watfa
MADRID, Aug 8 (KUNA) -- The Caliphate city of Medina Azahara is an archaeological site built by Abd-ar-Rahman III in the city of Zahra, Cordoba.
Its unique decorative panels and exquisite inscriptions characterize the archaeological structure; however, visitation is closed for further restoration since it began in 1944.
Azahara was built between 953-957 AD, which consists of three longitudinally lined main plates separated by two arches, and a fourth transverse overlooking the garden.
On the east side, the Caliph spent much of his daily activities in various furnished rooms with white marble. (end) hnd.maa.hs