Hospederia Luis de Gongora
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9/10/2014 Day 5: (Wednesday) Today we went on a walking tour with our guide Anna. She took us to the " Great Mosque" which was built in the 10th century. It was very impressive. We also toured The Cathedral which was awesome. After our tour we wandered the streets filled with small shops. There were lots of gypsies everywhere. We then boarded the bus and headed towards our next stop, Seville only two hours away. Seville: We arrived in ...
... in Europe.
The Spanish then recaptured the city. and built a Christian Cathedral right in the middle of the Mosque
(In Seville they demolished the Mosque and built one of the biggest cathedrals ...
... he is one of their biggest points of pride. even though personally i dont really like the whole torero thing, i learned very quickly that of you badmouth Manolete, (or the sport, really) you should run and take cover because a bunch of crazy spaniards will run at you.
4. Palacio Viana. an old house right in the core of cordoba, that is so beautiful i died. So its this palace, and some important spanish guy lived there. The whole tour was ...
... palaces, public baths, paved streets lit with oil lamps at night...learning was encouraged, and Cordoba was home to many prominent philosophers and scientists...it was also the time of religious tolerance - along with Muslims, Cordoba had thriving Jewish and Christian communities...
Buried in the labyrinth of narrow cobblestone streets ...
... was way worth it. Sunday we drove to Cordoba, the last stop on our trip. Here we visited the third largest mosque in the world, and the only one in Spain that wasn't destroyed by Catholics. Instead of destroying it they just built a cathedral in the middle of it. This place was huge! I have plenty of pictures on Facebook. This was definitely one of my favorite places so ...