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... the red and white bows at the very beginning was done of individual red and white bricks, but at later enlargements of the Mosque ( I counted 7 of them - ?) the bows were done in one piece and painted ! red and white to give the continuous impression. One funny detail was found in the (catholic) centre: one of the sculpted heads were of an animal and not of a human being; when asked the guard confirmed me this but also showed me ...
... and advanced cities in Europe of its time from a cultural, political, financial and economic perspective. The Mosque Cathedral of Cordoba is a haven for a history buff as it is a standing example of all political changes in Spain. This magnificent structure is really a cathedral build on top of a Mosque, which was in turn built on a church, which was built on a roman edifice. Huh! ...
... himself admitted that the church being built right in the middle of this wonderful Islamic palace was a bit of a mistake, and that's coming from the man who commissioned it be built in the first place!
We continued walking around the Mezquita before having a quick stroll around the town centre, noticing that every single shop in town was closed due to today being a national holiday in Spain. We returned to ...
We had lunch in the main plaza and wandered through the streets some more, hoping to visit the church of San Pedro before heading off to Cordoba. It was supposed to the open but was not. We are staying in a family run 2 star hotel in Cordoba. Their website warned us that it was not easy to find using GPS systems as they have not updated their maps with some road changes nearby – one way street changes ...
... when the Catholics took over, many Muslims who didn't convert under the Inquisition fled to Morocco. Many of these people took their house keys with them, in hopes of one day returning to Granada. These keys were then passed down, and many people now living in Morocco still own the keys to their ancestors' homes. In the evening my friends and I had a giant sleepover, fitting 4 people on two beds. For some reason, in every Spanish hotel room we've been in, the two beds have been put ...