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.
Shooting out the bus window, I was able to snag the perfect shot with a small village mosque overlooking the beautiful, turquoise Aegean Sea. Visit all my posts from England, Wales and Scotland and Turkey. Enjoy my YouTube travel series where I visit Great Britain and Turkey. Like me on Facebook or follow me on … More Photo a day, July 6, 2012 – Mosque over looking the Aegean Sea, Turkey