If the Siena Cathedral in Italy is one of the most special churches I have ever seen, then the Grand Mosque of Cordoba that I came today is also the most special mosque I have ever seen. A
1984 The Cordoba Mosque was selected as a World Heritage Site. It is the pilgrimage site after Mecca and Jerusalem. It has been converted back and forth between the Catholic Church and the mosque, so it has a unique culture. After the integration, the 18 rows of pillars are alternately lined by red bricks and dolomites. It is very stunning
In such a long history, the great mosque is more magnificent and the decoration is more refined; but the most special It is still the Grand Mosque of Cordoba, a building that combines Islamic mosques and Christian churches. In this building, there are places where Islam believers worship God, and the middle part is where Christian believers pray for God. In addition to the separate time periods of worship, they are co-existing in a building. The mosque that is so mixed is rare in the world and can be said to be the most unique existence in the world.
Life is full of contradictions and conflicts, and what we can do is to find harmony and coexistence.
Crdoba Mosque - a building where Islam and Christian culture coexist, a mixture of contradictions and conflicts.
The church was renamed the mosque because it was not called a church. It was because of its mixed ethnic Islamic style.
is a rare building in the world where Catholicism and Islam are mixed, and it breaks the mindset of Catholicism and Islam that are inherent in people's minds.
Although the Great Mosque has been going through a thousand years, the stone pillar walls have been mottled, but the tall Golden Gate is still golden.
The mosque is divided into two parts: the courtyard and the temple: the outer courtyard is free to visit, and the entrance to the monastery requires the purchase of tickets.
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Crdoba is the capital of the province of Crdoba, Spain, with Granada and Seville, and is the three pearls of the southern Andalusian region. Crdoba was once one of the main cities of Islam. In the old town of Crdoba, there are many historic sites. The most famous is the Grand Mosque of Cordoba. When Crdoba was once governed by Muslims, the former Catholic Church was transformed into a mosque, and when the Christians regained their lost ground, the mosque was converted into a Catholic church. So this is a Catholic church MIX mosque. The overall style of the interior reveals the correct character of the mosque, and the partial details reveal the spirit of God. In front of the mosque is a large block of orange gardens. The Spanish have a special preference for orange trees. The ground is full of ripe oranges.
Crdoba Grand Mosque
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