Not I know if you will have been in Granada, but if it is not this way or if they have been and they didn't see the monument well, I advise them they see the sculptural group that represents the Queen Isabel the Catholic granting licence to
Probably the monument to the Queen Isabela the Catholic and Christopher Columbus is one of the photographed places and visited by the tourists, after the visit to Alhambra.
Their location is perfect, in Isabel's call square the Catholic, fair in the crossing of the Great grenade Path, with Kings Catholics, and to some steps of the cathedral and of New Square.
It is a great brass sculpture and stone carried out to commemorate the IV centennial of the Discovery of America. The beauty of the work is enhanced with the source that there is around and with the gardens. If the building that there is behind, disappears we would see Sierra Nevada and of the Imperial Church of St. Matthias, from we catch the Great Path. Sculptural great group, in comemoracion of the IV Centennial of the Discovery of America.