Cathedral-Mosque of Cordoba, called the Mezquita. The Umayyad Moors built a huge mosque, but it was later converted into a Roman Catholic church after the Spanish Reconquista. The bell tower replaced a minaret that used to be there. The prayer hall inside the Mezquita. Columns topped with Islamic arches.
Roman Catholic stained glass. Puerta del Puente, the Gate of the Bridge. A Roman bridge built in the early 1st century BC, spanning the Guadalquivir River.

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