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... and coming upon the chapel and choir. More recently, this decade, Spanish Muslims have been lobbying the Catholic Church to allow them to pray in the Mezquita. The Islamic Council of Spain also made a formal request to the Vatican. Both the Vatican and the Spanish church authorities turned down the request. There has been at least one incident of Muslims praying in the Cathedral and being asked to leave. Suspect there will be more ...
... to one of many prayer speakers which ring out over the city numerous times of the day and night to people to commence their prayer. It was rather out of this world for me, as I have never heard anything like it!!
On wednesday we had a chilled out morning and managed to catch up on a bit of washing by doing it in the bath...!
We headed out into the heat after lunch and went to explore La Catedral de Cordoba.. It is an amazing building ...
Today we went to Córdoba which is about a 2 hour bus ride from Málaga. We got to see the Mosque which was gigantic and beautiful. There was also a Cathedral built into the center of the mosque (which ends up being the reason why the mosque is still standing while others were torn down during the period of religious intolerance). Our tour guide was one of my favorite parts of the ...
... to observe all the advertisement pushing for Cordoba to be selected as the Euopean Capital of Culture in 2016. They are up against San Sebastian and while both cities have a lot going for them, our vote goes to Cordoba. Not many cities can say that at some point in their history they had Muslims, Christians and Jews all living harmoniously. However, unfortunately this was not to be the case forever.
so today i guess is eid <muslim holiday< so celebrating
first visited the arab baths which are an excavation like a turkish hammam with stars in the roof... then took the half hour coach to madinat alzahara which is outside the city in the country
this was built in the 10th century as the new administrative capital of the kingdom and had housed the king, prime minister and seat of government... it only lasted 70 ...