The Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba has had many lives since its construction in 785: first as a mosque for almost 600 years in Muslim Al-Andalus, then as a cathedral after the Christian conquest and in modern times as a National Monument, a UNESCO world heritage site and to this day a place of intercultural and religious exchange as well as conflict.
A tour by
Art historian and photographer, who is interested in the expression of identity in culture.
When not deep down in books or working on a photographic project he is probably watching a
trashy horror movie and finding a way to give it a queer reading.