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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. …
... night. We meander around, bypassing unpromising places and settle on an empty bodega at the edge of the Juderia. We order a couple of tapas plates and wine and the man is proud of his food and it's local provenence. We chatted on as usual, easy to find stuff to talk about. Me more ready to talk about post return ideas, Jan delighted to keep this time whole.
We walk back earlyish, people still out walking, some with dogs, and riding ...
... our first stop. Seville is the third largest city in Andalusia (the southern peninsula of Spain). Here we visited El Palacio Real which is a palace that is still used by the current Royals, but only as a vacation home. Must be nice. We saw the building that represents Spain during the exhibition of all the Latin countries. This building was used for a scene in Star ...
... a cathedral of Gothic dimensions and style right in the middle of it. And over the years those with the means to buy some insurance for their eternity chose to express their wealth in the provision of small chapels around the edge. The whole complex is an absolute feast for the eyes that goes on and on as one jaw dropping hour leads to the next, and the next. Half a day, a day, or a week inside – one could never get enough of this fascinating ...
... major chains. I don't know if there is a story behind this or what, but it was certainly a strange experience.
I decided to call it a day that evening, and head back to Jaen. On the way, I passed by the famous Cordoba airport....which was built before considering that there wouldn't be enough money to actually be used. Good ol' Spanish government spending.
The trip back to Jaen went smoothly.
All in all, I really ...