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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. …
... and i get up
0700: i begin to get dressed, apply makeup, and do my hair
0740: i am ready, and eat breakfast (usually a banana, cereal, or toast)
0745: pack my bag and play with my phone
0800: leave for school with ana, her dad, and anas friend laura who lives around the corner
0830: first hour class begins
(school for me: there are 3 classes of kids turning 16 in 2014. They are divided into class A, B, and C. they ...
... It was about a 20 minute walk from the main attractions in the city centre.
In the evening I was treated to birthday dinner from Fraser. We walked into town to a place called La Tranquera which served a mixture of local dishes and Argentinian influenced dishes. The dishes we picked were a bit of a meat fest but they were delicious. We chose a few different chorizo plates, Fraser had a pastry with ...
Very impressive - the Christians obviously thought so too - as when they took over the City from the Muslims they left the Mosque virtually complete - they built a new Cathedral in the middle - but you can see they incorporated some of the Islam arches in their designs
A quick stroll around the Jewish area - whitewashed buildings with gaily coloured flowers dangling from balconys
After the car situation was resolved, we headed to the Castle. The Castle was one of the primary sites of the Spanish Inquisition. It was there that the Christian nobility dispatched armed guards into the city to interrogate and torture people into confessing to non-Christian behavior or beliefs. Today, it has a tower with a really great view of the city of Cordoba, and an enormous garden full of pools. My parents noticed that ...