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... 8221; of the Islamic Empire, when it was Muslim kingdoms that were often the most advanced in areas of science, medicine, technology—and religious tolerance… Yes, it’s been a fascinating tour, and definitely worth the 8 Euros. More Insights I’ve reached the “high water mark” of my tour. From here it’ll be a long trip back to Malaga, the Algeciras, then across the straits of Gibraltar back home to Morocco. But I’ve still ...
... was our neighbours leaving early. After breakfast etc off on the bus to Córdoba.
The sight to see is the Mosque, with origins dating back to 738. A refreshing change ...totally different architecture. Even though it is officially a Cathedral, the design of the mosque remains with hundreds of striped arches. A refreshing change for us, & cool.
We we have nothing booked for Seville.....but I have my trusty i pad with me. Surely I will improve ...
... from Malaga. The only problem was our bags had to go through security and I forgot I had knives in my bag. After renting apartments for years and dealing with awful cutlery, and with a great hint from Diane, I bought a set of knives at Costco. They weren't expensive, but they were very sharp and served me well at our apartment in Torrox. They were at the very bottom of my suitcase so it took awhile to get them out. ...
... he was holding in his left hand. He essentially punched his own drink out of his own hand. It was an incredible feat, and one that I had never seen before. He mixes these tricks of coordination with great questions, like while digesting the insanely complex layers of history at the Mesquita in Córdoba (Which is set in a Roman town, In a Jewish quarter, in a Islamic mosque, within a catholic church..) he asked, "did you guys really listen to that ...
Córdoba feels like a magical place. There are horse drawn carriages everywhere and grand architecture from Roman and Arabic influence. The statues represent historical figures of all different backgrounds who respected and learned from each other. Jewish, Arabic and Catholic figures line the streets with plaques telling their stories of innovation and education.
The Mesquita itself is a mixture of all three major religions that co-existed here in ...