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ScouseLeeM on Tour
16th Apr 2017
Cordoba

Making the most of a free day - a quick trip to Cordoba in glorious 30 degree sunshine, to spend a day initially mooching around the enormous mozquita - a unique blend of cathedral and mosque bringing together 2 religions in one complex.

As a totally non religious person, it was more a case of the architecture that impressed me. What was less impressive was the enormous bloody queue to actally get into the place, after initially joining a separate queue to get tickets. After a brief stop for lunch (as brief as it can be in Spain, with 3 courses to get through), a walk around the Alcazar gardens and royal stables, then a meander across the Roman bridge for a panoramic view across the city. A liitle time to bake in the sun with a cold drink before catching a train back to civilization..



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Cordoba

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Mezquita entrance

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Mezquita courtyard

Mezquita courtyard

Mezquita interior

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Alcazar gardens


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