Yahoo Search Búsqueda en la Web

  1. Cerca de 443.000 resultados de búsqueda
  1. Anuncios
    relacionados con: Riad wikipedia
  1. Riad está situada en una gran meseta rodeada de oasis y el gran desierto. La importante aridez del suelo saudí hace que el agua tenga que ser traída, en parte, desde el mar del Golfo Pérsico. Clima. El clima de Riad es desértico, con veranos muy calurosos que pueden llegar a más de 45 °C e inviernos suaves pero de noches un poco frías.

  2. Riad (arquitectura) El Riad Chbanate del siglo xviii en Esauira, con cuatro plantas alrededor de un patio con arcos. Este riad fue antiguamente la residencia del qaid de Esauira. Un riad (en árabe, رياض ‎) es un tipo de casa o palacio tradicional marroquí con un jardín o patio interior.

    • Overview
    • History of riad gardens
    • Riads in Moroccan house architecture
    • Riads in the tourism industry

    A riad is a type of traditional Moroccan and Andalusi interior garden or courtyard associated with house and palace architecture. Its origin is generally attributed to Persian gardens that spread during the Islamic period. The term is nowadays often used in Morocco to refer to a hotel or guesthouse-style accommodation with shared common areas and private rooms, often within a restored traditional mansion.

    The term riad originates from the Arabic term for garden, رياض. Historically, the term referred to a type of interior garden common to historic Moorish architecture in Al-Andalus and North Africa: in particular, a rectangular courtyard garden that is symmetrically divided into four parts along its central axes and typically has a fountain at its middle.: 57 Riad architecture ultimately has ancient roots in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern domestic architecture. Houses centered around ...

    The riad is one of two main types of traditional Moroccan houses, often with two or more stories around an interior symmetrical garden centered around a fountain. Riads were the stately city homes of the wealthiest citizens such as merchants and courtiers who were able to build mansions which included interior gardens. The style of these riads has changed over the years, but the basic form is still used in designs today. In many cases, especially for palaces, the gardens were surrounded by a gal

    In recent years there has been a surge of interest in using traditional Moroccan houses as part of Morocco's tourism industry. In this context, the term "riad" has become a common term to denote traditional Moroccan houses in general, particularly those converted into tourist accommodation. This interest has led to a wave of renovations in towns such as Marrakesh, Essaouira, and Fes, where many of these often-crumbling houses have been restored and converted to hotels, guesthouses, or restaurant

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › RiadRiad - Wikipedia

    Riad (name), a given name and surname (including a list of people with the name, also Riyad or Riyadh) Moroccan riad, a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden or courtyard. Hadith Bayad wa Riyad, an Arabic love tale. "Riad N' the Bedouins", a song by Guns N' Roses from their 2008 album Chinese Democracy.

  4. La provincia de Riad ( AFI: ʔɑrːijɑːdˁ, en árabe الرياض), es una de las provincias de Arabia Saudita situada al centro del país. Tiene un área territorial de 404 240 kilómetros cuadrados y una población de 6 777 146 habitantes (2010). Su capital es la ciudad Riad, que también es la capital nacional. Otras ciudades relevantes ...

  1. Anuncio
    relacionado con: Riad wikipedia