This picture was actually taken 15
years ago & I forgot where it was. No-one else knew either. But
now I know - it's Cordoba. In the foreground is the Guadalquiver,
crossed by the Roman Bridge and on the far bank the tall building is
the cathedral atop the mosque. The scene has changed little in the
intervening years - the water mill's tiled roof is falling in, and
the fisherman has packed his rod and gone home.
A courtyard in the 15th century Viana
Church front (possibly San Pablo) -
it's painted those colours. Click on the picture to zoom in.
A back street scene. Actually most
streets in central Cordoba are back streets - there are few
The cathedral and mosque, or
Interior; Moorish arches stretch into
the distance. When a mosque 40,000 worshippers could gather
Prayer area, mihrab.
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