Mosque of Cordoba
Thursday, Feb. 11th, 9pm
The Mosque of Cordoba is located in the city of Cordoba in Southern Spain. Cordoba is next to the Rio Guadalquivir river.
The Mosque of Cordoba is the capital of Spanish Muslim Dynasty, It is one of the oldest structures standing and is one of the most important and biggest structures in Islam. The mosque of Cordoba is a very big tourist attraction. Approximately 1.5 million tourists travel to the Mosque of Cordoba each year.
The Mosque of Cordoba was built by the Visigoths in 711, And is one of the most important monuments in Islam. It is a Catholic Cathedral located in Spain. In the middle of the building there is a room called the Worship Hall. People come here to worship gods or leaders. Both Muslims and Christians come to the Hall.
The Mosque of Cordoba is a big Christian church/cathedral in Southern Spain. The cathedral is extremely old and was built on top of another cathedrals foundation. It took more than two centuries to build The Mosque. The building went through many changes over time and was the most magnificent.