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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 ...
... tangle of Islam and Catholicism stumbling over each other, and you bounce back and forth between more Islamic-feeling sections and more Catholic-feeling sections with seemingly little rhyme or reason. It was exhilarating. I love how Spain melds the two religions (in art and architecture, at least--the country doesn't have the best historical track record of religious tolerance after the Catholic monarchs united the country). We probably could ...
... or grass. Apparently you can't actually eat the oranges, but i still think its quite fabulous.
another cool bit of information i gathered: cordoba is built around roman ruins. (!!!!!) to some, i am what you call a history buff, so when i saw towering roman columns in front of town hall, i felt a little like you do after you stay underwater to long and then finally come up for the breath of air and your lungs kind of explode and fill and ...
We took the high speed train to Cordoba. We reached 301km/h (187 mph), traveling more than 525 miles in 4.5 hours, a new land speed record for both of us. (Why can't we figure this out in the States?) Watching out the window, the farms were whizzing by. Along the route we passed miles and miles of olive orchards blanketing the hillsides. We weren't aware of the important role of olives in the Spanish economy.
We arrived in Cordoba, is a northern city in ...
... 8211; ie water and air conditioning.
Oh, almost forgot. We came across our first gypsies here. Initially we saw a mother with a baby begging then later we saw the same woman again with a group of about 8
others outside one of the churches.
Also should mention one of the regional delicacies we had at lunch today. It was aubergine cut into sticks and fried in a light batter then served with runny honey – yummy.