Glasses holders

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 20 Feb 2018, Tuesday

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The Gate of the Ears (in Spanish: Arco de las Orejas), also called Arc of the Ears or Bib-Arrambla gate, was a City Gate that was in the city of Granada (Andalusia, Spain). It was located at corner of plaza Bibrambla with calle Salamanca. The gate served as an access through the Walls protecting the city.

This was a Moorish arc, began to built in 11th and 12th centuries, and during 19th century was subject of enormous controversy in which it came to intervene the then highest authority of the state.


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Part of remains of the monument were preserved. In 1935, Torres Balbás rebuilt an arc from the remains of the Gate of the Ears, without its vaults, in the Forest of the Alhambra. That, and the small alley to the start of Bib Rambla, are today the only vestiges that remaining.

It was called by Spanish as Gate of the Ears. The main theory suggests that it was so called because of the habit of hanging in the gate, ears and other members of the criminals and evildoers who were condemned to death, after a probable execution in nearby Plaza de Bib-Rambla. But curiously it is not the only bloody legend or story there about the origin of its name. Another bloody story states in times of Philip IV of Spain, a tablao sunk overloaded with people, many people died in the misfortune, and many dead ladies were mutilated by hands of evils that advantage the confusion, stole the ladies’s earrings and for it cut out them directly from the ears.

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