Named for the Court of Lions in the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain. This area features beautiful Moorish Horseshoe arches with their traceries and columns exact replicas as to what you would see in the Alhambra in Spain. Photos courtesy of the St. Augustine Record.
Tent Warmer! This is a unique receptacle for holding burning charcol or other fuel that is used to heat a tent or a room.
This unique bronze art lamp is in the shape of an Egyptian maiden in colorful costume. She holds a signed Tiffay shade, from the 1800s.
This is a frontal view of the Villa Zorayda after undergoing 3 years of extensive interior and exterior renovations. Note that the shape and size of each window is different - supposedly to ensure that the spirits that dwell in the home would be able to leave but would have a difficult time returning!