AC Hotel Cordoba by Marriott
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... roman ruins (which can be seen through panes of clear glass in the floor).
I took a few breaks during my visit to Cordoba to read and relax. This involed drinking more tinto (what a hard life I lead). Between my actvies and reading breaks I got VERY LOST. Many of the locals in Cordoba were quite kind and pointed me in the right direction. The locals were imparative to my finding my way around. Usually ...
Cordoba is a beautiful unesco world heritage site, having been the capital of a Roman province (Hispania Ulterior), the capital of an Arab State (Al-Andalus) and a Caliphate. The historic quarter of Cordoba is a beautiful network of small streets, alleys, squares and whitewashed courtyards arranged around the Mezquita, which reflects the city's prominent place in the Islamic world during medieval times. ...
... to another location, but I believe leaving the history intact is preferable, it gives visitors a chance to ponder the spiritual struggles by Spanish Christians to rationalize their Islamic past.
In the historic Jewish quarter we came across statues of Cordoba's illustrious Muslim and Jewish leaders: Al-Hakam II, and Maimonides. The Museum of Sepharad contains an active synagogue operated by Cordoba's current ...
... of the ceiling ;)) After a nice wander to a plaza mentioned in 'the best book in the world,’ (Don Quixote) and appropriately recognized with a plaque, we headed back to the Alcazar for their nighttime Spectacular of culture and Light. I can’t say that we got much from the all-in-Spanish culture portion, but the dancing lighted fountains were spectacular! And to be sure to end the day on a sufficiently religious note, we swung by Cristo de ...
... mosque built in 8th century. What fascinated me the most was how the Christian cathedral and chapels were incorporated within this mosque. It's amazing to see the Muslim arches along with Christian statues and crosses. This was because Cordoba was captured by Christians in 13th century and that they reconverted Mezquita as church from then on. I would like to say a big thank-you to whoever decided not to destroy this beautiful building! La Alhambra in Granada ...