Andalusian holidays (2)

The house which we had rented (see preceding post) was quite close to Sevilla, but even closer to Carmona, another ancient city, but much less touristy – referred to as Carmo during the times of Julius Caesar. We went quite often for shopping, for tapas…

It was also time to once more visit Cordoba, actually our third family visit - here is a proof, Stéphanie, my daughter, in 2000, 2011 and 2017.

The place, especially known for its Great Mosque, transformed into a Catholic Cathedral, is definitely worth several visits. (See also my previous post here and the top photo.)  


Maite said...

Thank you for sharing.

Shammickite said...

It's all so grand, so decorative, so lovely! I like the way you have photographed Stephanie beside the same marble column, I wonder how many more times she will visit!

Anonymous said...

Toda una diosa esa bellisima joven de las fotos: ¿Afrodita llegando a su templo?

Mil gracias por este post, Sr. Olson.


claude said...

Vous en voyez de belles choses, C'est beau l'Andalousie. Jolie femme ta fille !