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... say all of you have to convert or 1, leave the city that has been your home, or 2. We will take your houses and kill you. Quite a some options! Seems that the ones who decided to stay were often questioned about there loyalty to Christ and were killed any way. Not just killed, but tortured and killed. There is a museum here that shows the different torture methods that were ...
... 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 ...
... drink and a desert for 5 euros. It was great. It was fun to just chill out after the long bus ride, and appreciate the beautifulness. After lunch though, we went to visit Mezquita De Córdoba. It was a nice mosque, and inside it, was a church! It was crazy but very beautiful! We also than visited the Castillo Almodóvar del Río, which was also beautiful. It was so hot, so the walk up to the Castillo (Castle) was ...
... you can see the ornate decorations and Arabic inscriptions above golden coloured doors. Tip - the cathedral is free to enter from 8:30am to 9:20am. If you intend to visit outside of these hours you will need to pay 7 euros. We of course on a budget took the 'free' option and woke up a little earlier to visit this unique structure.
2. Walks through the town - almost all streets in the old town are cobbled and are very narrow. The main purpose of ...
After leaving Portugal we traveled across a fairly flat country with endless rows of olive trees. Our destination was Seville, a beautiful city of over 700,000 people in Andalusia in Southern Spain. There's a ton of stuff to see there but we restricted ourselves to its magnificent cathedral, the Alcazar and the bullfighting museum. Not to labour the point but us Catholics can really do things on a big scale. The Christians took control of Seville from the Moors ...