Arab Baths in Córdoba

For several hundreds of years, the region of Andalusia was occupied by the Arabs. Granada was the last place to be reconquered by the Christians, already in the 15th century. Therefore, these people had a massive influence on the life of Andalusians, in terms of food,...

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4 good reasons to visit Córdoba

Córdoba is the city of caliphs. It is located in the heart of the Andalusian region, next to the waters of Guadalquivir River, one of the largest in the Iberian Peninsula. The Cordoba foundation It’s already a quite old city, with vestiges of occupation that date from...

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The Cathedral of Seville (and the Giralda)

As soon as we reach the heart of the city of Seville, we immediately see its cathedral, Santa Maria de la Sede. It’s a majestic monument, being Europe’s largest cathedral and one of the largest in the whole world. Among those built in the Gothic style, it’s actually...

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Andalusia, the former Al-Andalus

Andalusia is a Spanish autonomous community, located in the southern area of the country. It’s a charismatic region and, in my opinion, it’s extremely interesting from a scenic and historic point of view. There’s something different around here, when compared to the...

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Cathedral of Guarda

Guarda District The district of Guarda is located in the Portuguese region of Beira Alta, bounded on the north by Braganza, on the east by Spain and on the south by Castelo Branco. It is a deeply mountainous region, and this is where one can find the highest peak of...

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