The one thing that caught my eye about Andalusia when I was taking a history of Spain class during my undergrad was the fact that it was a place that was multi-cultural. And when I say multi-cultural, that entails many things. Back then in this area, there was a time when people of different faiths came together and showed tolerance to one another, and from this act of tolerance, a beautiful city like Sevilla, was made. La Giralda, a tower that was used in ancient mosques, is special to me because it reminds me that there can still be mutual respect between different human beings despite our religious differences. It connects to La Catedral, a place where people of the Catholic faith, attend. It's a beautiful sight that can remind all of us that the past can be repeated again, and I say this in a positive connotation. At the end of the day, we're all human beings that should love and respect one another.