Los Abetos del Maestre Escuela
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... underground on the lowest level of the building. It was rather dark in there. Once inside, we learned that this place was built on a Roman ruin. You could see the original foundation through the floor in a display that was covered in a heavy glass on which you could walk. They also had a plaque in the room to tell you about it.
... the patios! Maybe this is where you see the lasting influence of the Muslim and Jewish cultures. Muslim’s believe in sacred spaces, and two of the most important elements of that space are vegetation and water. Jews also have sacred rituals that involve water. The people of Cordoba have taken all this to a new level, in fact, they embrace it so much that they have a festival every May to celebrate their sacred spaces and award a prize to ...
Hello, today I visited the Palace of Viana here in the city of Cordoba. It spans five centuries and has 12 courtyards. The Spanards call them patios and every year in Cordoba there is a viewing of the best and a contest. Would be fun to see them. When walking down the street sometimes you can peer in a doorway and see the wonderful fountains and plantings.
The initial site of ...
... the rest of the day inside of the Mezquita, too, but we wanted to wander the winding streets for a while longer.
We treated ourselves to a nice dinner of a variety of tapas, then explored the Juderia once more, this time by moonlight. The Mezquita, especially, was brilliant at night, mesmerizingly lit up. We both agreed that Cordoba is one of our favorite places that we've visited on this trip--and not just because of the fair.
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It was nice to have a leisurely start to our day, and part of that may have been our reluctance to leave Seville. But, alas, the time had come. We dragged our luggage through the streets and around the Alcazar walls to the bus stop and as we approached, we found our bus awaiting us. We paid our fare and enjoyed a few minutes respite from walking. I got antsy that we had missed our stop and ...