Córdoba – another Spanish “must see”

Cordoba

My next trip to Andalucía is fast approaching. Im really looking forward to the Spanish spring, which I fondly remember from last year and fingers crossed that the weather will be just as good! Meanwhile, I’m yet to show you all of the places which we visited during our trip last year. This time, it’s Cordoba (undoubtedly another Spanish “must see”) and because many of you would have heard about it before, I’m going to keep the descriptions to a minimum.

Although we were only there for a couple of days, it turns out that I came back with loads of photos (I don’t even know when I took so many shots) and to make viewing easier, I’ve divided them in to 3 groups, starting with the typical “Cordoba by day”. The shots are from March 2017, and just look at the springtime that I am yearning for – up until now, the winter has stubbornly dragged on and the turn in season has yet to arrive.

The most important place in Cordoba and one of jewels of  Spain’s architecture is the Mezquita, but I’ll leave that to desert and show you at a later date. Meanwhile, a walk around the town created by 3 different cultures – the Moors, Jews & Spanish. It is delightful and somewhat inconceivable that they once coexisted peacefully, and that from this mix the coolest cities in Spain were created.

I invite you for a walk around Córdoba.

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