Mulhacén - Sierra Nevada National Park

Mulhacén (Spanish pronunciation: [mulaˈθen]) (from Arabic: مولاي حسن Mulay Hassan) is the highest mountain in the Iberian Peninsula. It is part of the Sierra Nevada range in the Cordillera Penibética. It is named after Abu l-Hasan Ali, known as Muley Hacén in Spanish, the penultimate Muslim King of Granada in the 15th century who, according to legend, was buried on the summit of the mountain.

Map of Mulhacén

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