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  • 1. Andalusia (Spain), Photographed by Jair (Yair) Moreshet, February 2005 the culture heritage, and some of its roots
  • 2. Seville: The palace of the local ruler built in Islamic (Moorish) style on the site of an earlier Islamic palace.
  • 3. Just one of the ceilings in the palace
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  • 5. Seville: A monumental striking Cathedral built on a monumental Mosque
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  • 8. Seville: A Synagogue converted into a beautiful church
  • 9. 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.
  • 10. Flamenco
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  • 12. Seville: A street theater in the alleys
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  • 16. Seville: The main entrance to the bullring site (for bullfighting events).
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  • 18. 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).
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  • 20. Ubeda (on UNESCO list of preserved old cities): The El Salvador church Granada: The cathedral
  • 21. Granada: The Alhambra palace – Islamic architecture at its best
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  • 24. Granada: The Cartuja monastery – “a Christian Alhambra”
  • 25. Granada: The Cartuja monastery
  • 26. Marbella: A new residential neighborhood