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Mai_guchi stayed here on Jan 16, 2014 during their trip titled: Mai_guchi's Great Adventure.
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In the afternoon, we left Cordoba towards Sevilla (150km/93 miles). At night we went to a flamenco night at palacio Andaluz
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Lovely Isabella leads our tour of Cordoba which was founded by the Romans. After our walking tour of the city, we visit the Cathedral of Córdoba, also called the Mezquita and the Great Mosque of Córdoba which is now a Catholic cathedral. Of the mosques we have visited, our group agrees we enjoy this the most.
When the Moors arrived in Cordoba, they found a Visigothic church in the center of town. The Emir Abd ar-Rahman I bought the church ...
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 ...
... stayed at was only 50 metres from the Mezquita (The Great Mosque) and on Day 2 here we were out and about early to see this amazing place.
The Mezquita is the largest Islamic mosque in the Western World and is a stunning place. Firstly because of its architectural beauty and then because of its history.
The Mosque had been extended 3 times from 8th to the 10th century and then when ...