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... surrounded by Roman walls where the Christians built an ostentatious cathedral inside. Right smack in the middle of the mosque. Now, of course, by the time they did this the Muslim and Jewish population of the town had been either killed or ejected. Very little remains in the town to show the heritage of either cultures except for the Mezquita for the Muslims and a modest Synagogue for the Jews. Cordoba has one of the best preserved ...
Arrived in Córdoba on the fast train from Madrid. Speeds it does is 250ks per hr, wish we had these in aust. Olive trees everywhere. Córdoba is a medieval town and is known for its patios. Doors are left open so the tourists can see in and in summer they are adorned with flowers. Plazas everywhere so we just kept walking down the Orange laden tree streets to come across beautiful areas, buildings, tavernas, cafeterias. The mezquita ...
Our trip to Cordoba was a very quick day trip. We left Madrid early in the morning on el Ave (the high speed train) and arrived in Cordoba in a few hours. The trip was a full weekend, but that is because we went to Sevilla right after Cordoba. Cordoba was kind of like our appetizer for Sevilla. We explored a couple of the main parts of Cordoba, like the Jewish Quarter, some ...
... to that of North Africa) architecture.
The main attraction in Cordoba is the Mezquita Catedral de Cordoba or Mosque Cathedral of Cordoba. Yes, mosque, cathedral. Interesting not only by name, but by history and space.
The Mezquita Catedral de Cordoba is a former mosque turned cathedral in the city center. It is used as a Christian place of worship today. At the entrance, the mosque area displays some of the original wooden ...
... towards Mecca. The cathedral part is also impressive, but most of us preferred the geometric designs of the Muslims to the in-your-face-gold-everywhere decorations of the Catholics. The two influences side-by-side in one building made for an amazing sight. It is a definite must-see if you go to Córdoba.
We stopped for lunch after the Mezquita and then we split up. My mom headed for the souvenir shops and the rest of us walked across the Puente Romano ...