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Spain was ruled by the arabs the romans and the christians. Each one came and fought its way in, on and off at various stages. Generally the new owners tried to get rid of the previous owners marks of ownership. Sometimes the basic structure was kept and it was "redecorated" In cordoba the great Mosque was one of the largest in the islamic world. …
We have only experienced the siesta a little in Spain. So when we arrived to 45+ degree day and it was a ghost town I'd convinced Sam we needed to have siestas here!! Hammam bath in Cordoba was one of my favourite experiences so far. It was set up in an ancient baths house although now renovated provides the typical Arab baths treatment. So we started with ...
Breakfast in a busy little cafe just down the street from the hotel. A walking day, first around the outer walls, then Orange Tree Court of the Mezquita, bustling with tourists so will visit early tomorrow. Wandered through the old town to the town centre, drink in Gaudi's bar, interesting 30's style decor, then ...
... br> But in Cordoba we wanted to see the Mezquita (Spanish for Mosque). This is a most unusual building that symbolises the changes in the religious history of Cordaba. While built in the 8th century as a Mosque, it has since the 13th century been the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption. So while most of the ...
I had a fantastic day in Cordoba. The trip was planned by the school so we had transportation, guide (Spanish speaking of course), and entrance into the major sites included. The bus trip was about 11/2 hours to the northeast. Cordoba is actually a big city but the historical center is across the river, the same river I am living near in Sevilla. The city has a fascinating history. It was at one ...