— #Mezquita: My most favourite visited place of worship so far. It is known as the Mosque of Cordoba or its eccelestial name of Cathedal of Our Lady of Assumption. It’s such a trippy place- the centre of the place is something out of a Roman cathedral but when you walk along its hallways, you feel like you’re in a mosque (as it was originally made to be). Spanish history is fascinating- because southern Spain was previously ruled by Moors for centuries, this region had huge Arabic influences. Then, once Spain became majorly Christian, mosques were replaced/converted into churches.