After leaving Seville, we did a quick stop-over in Cordoba.
The narrow cobblestoned streets were charming, but the highlight of the town was thr Mezquita, the mosque-cathedral of Cordoba.
The Mezquita is a half-mosque, half-church fascinating oddity. The arches in the interior create an optical illusion of a neverending series of arches.
To me, the Mezquita sums up what southern Spain is all about, a wonderful blend of Ottoman/Moorish culture and Catholic Spain which shouldn’t work but somehow it does, magically.