My first plan for today blogpost was to send a special greeting to Trøndelag and the ladies searching for old wood at the sea shore. Maybe a tour to Cordoba would be interesting for them, watching the 2000 years remains after ceilings in the old great mosque, the Mezquita.
First, the Romans built a pagan temple on the site. After the fall of the Roman Empire, the new Germanic masters of Spain (the Visigoths) replaced it with the Christian church of Saint Vincent. When the Arabs conquered the peninsula in the early 8th century, they tore down the church and began building their great mosque, which - commensurate with Cordoba's importance as the centre of Muslim power in Spain - became the largest mosque in all of Islam after that of Caaba, in Arabia: the Mezquita
However watching my wife climbing out of the water an early morning like Honey Rider in the movie Dr. No from 1962, I had to add these two other photos as well.The evidence of 7.30 am bathing is hereby given.