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... mezquita or mosque, famous for its beauty and the fact that it has a cathedral in the middle of it, also stunning but much regretted by historians who thought it was rather outrageous to destroy part of this moorish heritage even if it was to build a cathedral (it was a Visigoth church before it was a mosque). I read about it a while ago and had been looking ...
... I am amazed that this structure is still standing and both sections respected (although it is forbidden for Muslims to worship here) architecturally and historically.
From here we crossed through another of the three remaining gates, back over the bridge on Guadalquivir River and looked back for a beautiful view of the bridge, gates and historic city of Cordoba.
Off to Sevilla.
Today was school! Collegio!
i woke up and got myself ready, having no idea what to expect. Ana was already there, so it was just me.
spanish school is kind of indescribable. it was half inside, half outside, with orange trees in the middle of the block, and i could hear roosters from the library. the "gym" is outside, and its all just really cool and different. Upon arrival, Ana and her friend Maria Christina were waiting for me at the gates. we met ...
... We´re not even at the Spain border.. how could we almost be to Madrid? Did the bus fly while we were knocked out cold? No - not so much... he was only driving us to the border. Well surely, a half hour later we arrived, got off the bus and followed the group to a train. Yes, a train. We hoped it was destined for Madrid as it was the only train there and it was now 5am. Oncec we assured the destination, we wrapped ourselves up among our luggage to keep it safe and passed out for ...
... the sacks of oranges and about 20 gypsies all wanting to tell me my fortune, I arrived at the front tower leading into the Mezquita. The inner courtyard had the same orange harvest going on, and a bunch of Japanese people were running around, freaking out and shoving oranges into their backpacks. I avoided the orange frenzy, and bought my ticket to go in.
La Mezquita is the cathedral of Cordoba. It was built in 785 during Islamic rule, ...