The Aljaferia Palace is a sustained medieval Islamic royal residence worked amid the second half of the 11th century in the Taifa of Zaragoza of Al-Andalus, present day Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain. It was the home of the Banu Hud administration amid the time of Abu Jaffar Al-Muqtadir subsequent to annulling Banu Tujibi of Kindah line. The castle mirrors the quality accomplished by the kingdom of the taifa of Zaragoza at the tallness of its greatness. The castle right now contains the Cortes of the self-ruling network of Aragon. At the eastern end of the passage patio to the Golden Hall, there is a little mosque or private speech for use by the ruler and his courtiers.
It is gotten to through a gateway that closes in a horseshoe curve enlivened by the Mosque of Cordoba however with S-formed springers, a curiosity that will mimic the Almoravid workmanship and Nasrid craftsmanship. These new rooms are gathered on the northern part of the Al-Andalusian royal residence, at various dimensions of stature. This new Mudejar manufacturing plant was phenomenally deferential of the prior development, both in plan and height, and is comprised of three substantial rectangular corridors secured by uncommon aljarfes or wooden mudejar roofs. The room is situated on the building obstruct over the mosque.