Cordoba is a city of 315,000 that presents Spain’s long history as a Muslim and Christian country.
The old city vibrates with cafes, restaurants, museums, landmarks and narrow streets.
The ancient Mezquita (8th century Mosque, now a church) is an architectural wonder
with its cross influences of Islam and Christianity.

Nearby is the Alcazar that started life in the 13th century as a palace
and later was the headquarters of the bloody Inquisition from 1490 to 1821.
Today it’s a peaceful garden with manicured trees, formal gardens and fountains.

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