La Catedral de Córdoba

Part of the Fun in Spain collection

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Neither of us had ever been to Córdoba, and we had no idea what to expect. We went to Córdoba mainly because it is in the region we wanted to travel, and it was a major stopping point along our route. We spent three nights. Yes, there are some cool sights, what with Córdoba being a historical European city with some archaeological interest. But by our last day we still hadn’t seen any of the really neat stuff.

Barbara Jean got out her city map and led the two of us on a quest for the famous Catedral de Córdoba. We got there. We were not impressed. Barbara suggested we go inside. We needed to purchase tickets. We noticed old people (over 65) got a discount. That was good news. Came the bad news. Barbara had to show her ID to get the discount. We went inside. It was worth the price. In no particular order, here are some photos.

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About John Blanton

I'm a retired engineer living in San Antonio, Texas. I have served in the Navy, raced motorcycles, taken scads of photos and am usually a nice guy. I have political and religious opinions, and these opinions tend to be driven by an excess of observed stupidity. Gross stupidity is the supposed target of many of my posts.
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