Ronda’s unbelievable New Bridge was built in the 18th century, separating the new portion of the city and the more ancient, Moorish section. The bridge, much like the town itself, is a must see site in this amazing Spanish White Hill Town. Please subscribe to my YouTube travel show Traveling with Krushworth. It would mean … More New Bridge, Ronda Spain – Photo a Day – Ronda Spain Travel Photography
Ronda is one of Spain’s incredible White Hill Towns. Boasting an amazing Moorish past and the spectacular 18th century New Bridge spanning the 360 foot gorge, the viewscapes from the top are something I won’t soon forget. Please subscribe to my YouTube travel show Traveling with Krushworth. It would mean the world to me.
Cordoba’s jaw dropping La Mezquita mosque was originally built in the 8th century by Moorish caliph Abd Al-Rahman I on the site of a Visigothic, Christian church. When Cordoba fell to the Christian kings in the 16th century, a cathedral was built, rising from the middle of the ancient mosque.
The colourful streets of Cordoba’s medieval Jewish quarter (Juderia) are not to be missed. Cordoba once had a thriving Jewish population, that was then pushed out during the Inquisition.
Visit one of Jordan’s most unbelievable ancient ruined cities, Jerash. Walk the historic cardo, gaze upwards at the majestic Hadrian’s Gate and you’ll never forget ancient Rome’s storied past in the middle East. I hope you enjoy my travel YouTube show Traveling with Krushworth.