Apartamentos Turisticos Embrujo De Azahar
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... s elegant feel, but more mysterious in the dark, as I wonder what tales these ancient tiles cobblestones have to tell. After deliberately getting myself lost in the laberynth of narrows alleys a couple of times, I make it back to my cozy hotel and call it a day. The Cathedral-Mosque Normally I would not even consider paying 8 Euros to visit a church or a mosque—since so many of them can be visited for free, but the “Mesquita” of Cordoba is another ...
... the other two are in Toledo). Casa de
Sephardi is a nearby museum about the history and traditions of Spain’s
Sephardic Jews. Regardless of all the attempts to memorialize the culture,
though, the remains of it five centuries later are rather sparse. I have heard
over the years of the great Jewish scholar and physician Maimonides but didn’t
realize until now that he lived, worked, and wrote in Cordoba during the city’s
golden age just before ...
... residents who lived harmoniously together. This structure reflects this interesting history to a certain extent. A grande mosque with many striped arches was first built on the grounds of a Roman church (which was demolished in order to build the mosque). Later, a catholic church was built in the middle of the mosque, leaving most of the mosque in-tact. So when you walk inside you can see both structures, as well ...
... he is one of their biggest points of pride. even though personally i dont really like the whole torero thing, i learned very quickly that of you badmouth Manolete, (or the sport, really) you should run and take cover because a bunch of crazy spaniards will run at you.
4. Palacio Viana. an old house right in the core of cordoba, that is so beautiful i died. So its this palace, and some important spanish guy lived there. The whole tour was ...
... with the end of one of the whips! It was awesome. The actual horse show was also a lot of fun. Very impressive. For a couple of the numbers a flamenco dancer was dancing with the horse! All in all, a decent way to spend our first evening here. Tomorrow should be jam packed with history in the heat.
Google maps was not really working very well in Cordoba, probably due to the fact that it's 'roads' are a series of ...