Andalusia Spain And Its Culture Heritage

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Andalusia Spain And Its Culture Heritage

  1. 1. Andalusia (Spain), Photographed by Cristian Madolciu, December 2005 the culture heritage, and some of its roots
  2. 5. Seville: Alcazar, the palace of King Pedro the Cruel of Castile built in Islamic (Moorish) style on the site of an earlier Islamic palace.
  3. 6. Just one of the ceilings in the palace
  4. 9. The gate to the palace’s gardens
  5. 10. Seville: La Giralda tower and the monumental striking Cathedral built on a monumental Mosque
  6. 13. Seville: The rehabilitated old Jewish quarter converted into an attractive tourist quarter full of atmosphere
  7. 16. Seville: A Synagogue converted into a beautiful church
  8. 17. Flamenco is a combination of dance, guitar, and a unique characteristic form of singing. - It developed as a mix of Gypsy, Jewish, and Islamic elements.
  9. 18. Flamenco
  10. 21. Seville: A street theater in the alleys
  11. 26. Seville: The main entrance to the bullring site (for bullfighting events).
  12. 29. Cordoba: A huge magnificent Mosque converted into a magnificent beautiful Cathedral. Everyone here is proud of the city’s historical world-renowned philosopher -- Maimonides (the Jewish RAMBAM).
  13. 32. Baeza (on UNESCO list of preserved old cities): The Cathedral
  14. 33. Baeza: Preserved old alleys.
  15. 34. Ubeda (on UNESCO list of preserved old cities): The El Salvador church Granada: The cathedral
  16. 35. Granada: The cathedral
  17. 36. Granada: The Alhambra palace – Islamic architecture at its best
  18. 41. Granada: The Cartuja monastery – “a Christian Alhambra”
  19. 42. Granada: The Cartuja monastery
  20. 43. Granada: The Cartuja monastery
  21. 44. Marbella: A new residential neighborhood

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