Hospederia Luis de Gongora
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... ceremonial reception halls, mosques, administrative buildings, baths and Palaces for the Royal Family designed along the Palaces of Damascus the ancestral home of the Ummayads.The main reason for its construction was both political and ideological since the dignity and legacy of the Caliph required the establishment of a new City. It was a symbol of his power and demonstrated his superiority over his main rivals, ...
... in it. It's truly amazing to see. The size is overwhelming due to a couple of expansions required due to the ever growing Muslim population. The catholic church inside is now the cathedral and it too is amazing.
After our visit there it was time for a haircut for Clare. Our hotel had given us a salon name and we had found it this morning and made an appointment for a wash, cut ...
Our trip to Cordoba was a very quick day trip. We left Madrid early in the morning on el Ave (the high speed train) and arrived in Cordoba in a few hours. The trip was a full weekend, but that is because we went to Sevilla right after Cordoba. Cordoba was kind of like our appetizer for Sevilla. We explored a couple of the main parts of Cordoba, like the Jewish Quarter, some ...
... later, we pushed through the pain to go out for a walk. We started out along the river front towards a some far away orange arches (and no it wasn't a McDonald's). Along the way we walked through a park filled with kids playing, people walking their dogs, joggers and canoodling couples. It was quite pleasant.
Once we made it to these arches (and still not knowing what they were), we decided to venture into ...
... 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! ...