|Nativity, Granada Cathedral|
|More of the Nativity|
Some of the details are interesting. The Annunciation, where the Angel Gabriel visits Mary, has a nearby scene of the angel visiting Joseph in his dream. It's a nice instance of bilocation. I thought that was a nice touch.
|Receiving messages, asleep or awake|
The birth of Our Lord seems to have taken place in the nicest stable in town. I imagine (though I could not find) a nice story about the pots hanging on the wall. Maybe they're for milking the cows?
|Shepherds come to worship|
Herod can also be seen ordering soldiers to kill the Christ child.
|Herod orders his soldiers|
As usual, the flight into Egypt is also depicted.
|A very busy (and very green Egypt)|
Alas, no Caganer was found here like in Marbella.
Next post will be on the Cathedral itself!