The Alhambra Garden was built year 2000.  The two main features are modeled after various sights in Portugal and Spain.

 

The main stucco wall has an alcove with an arched roof containing a lion head fountain.  There is a large concrete basin nestled in the alcove that catches this water.  Both wings of this main wall contain hand painted Portuguese tiles. 

 

An irrigation wall modeled after those found in the Alhambra (Granada, Spain) joins the main wall.  Water flows from a clay jar atop the wall down a channel running the length of the wall.  At the bottom, the cascade turns an iron water wheel.

 

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