Córdoba is a city in Andalusia. It was a major Roman city, a center for Jewish learning and a vital Islamic center in the Middle Ages.

The most famous monument is La Mezquita, an enormous mosque built in 784 A.D. In 1236 it became a Catholic Church.

Córdoba reminds me of Arizona with orange trees everywhere and sunny skies.

There are street cats everywhere and these are relaxing on the ruins.

Ruins of a Roman temple

La Mezquita

Inside La Mezquita

Alfred moving towards the light.

Famous Anadalusian Jewish women scholars.

Roman bridge

Kitchen from a recreated house from the Middle Ages

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