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... a Catholic
Christian church once again. By King Ferdinand III in 1236 the cathedral is
regarded as one of the most accomplished monuments of Moorish architecture.
Since the early 2000s, Spanish Muslims have lobbied the Roman Catholic Church
to allow them to pray in the cathedral. This Muslim campaign has been rejected
on multiple occasions, both by the church authorities in Spain and by ...
A cloudy morning gave us extra energy to have a quick visit of the neighboring Alcázar de Los Reyos Cristianos (it was one of the few monuments open this Sunday). The more we saw of the ruins the more interesting it became and we ended up in the splendid gardens. Next stop on our program was the local hoho-bus; the tickets were easy to pay, but the bus difficult to find! After an hour of searching for it we were back at the selling- point and there we waited until ...
... ridiculously overpriced and they're begging you to bargain. But it was cool.
6. After my little tour, we went to Anas grandmothers house for lunch. i met her 3 cousins, girls aged 4, 7, and 10. They were all wearing matching dresses and bows in their hair. They liked me as soon as i showed them the ice cream game on my iphone (thanks, Lauren!). The grandmothers name is Maria Carmen, and she can cook like no other. We enjoyed some awesome ...
... he laughs his head off and dismisses us with a wave muttering something about 150 euro!
Talk about missing the point!
We next head for Las Virtudes in the hope that we may be able to see the extraordinary 17th century Plaza de Toros.
Along the way we encounter a new entrance to a freeway that the GPS doesn't recognise. This particular entry is not clearly defined and after several attempts to get it right and ending up on ...
... exist today. It is about 600m x 400m in size.
When Cordoba was reconquered in the 13th century, the mosque was handed over to the Catholic Church who did not tear it down but instead added Christian features to it. The minaret was also converted into a bell tower. After the reconquista most mosques in Spain were destroyed and had churches built in their place.
Quite odd walking through the columns and arches of ...