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The Great Mosque of Cholula novohispana

19/12/2009 Dr. Mabuse 2

In an earlier chapter sat suspicion that Córdoba, through its Great Mosque, was, in the last, inspiring element of some samples of Spanish American colonial architecture. If we approach the matter that story of architecture […]

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Pile of Al-Mansur

26/10/2009 Dr. Mabuse 0

Pile (the bucket) Al-Mansur the Museum of the Alhambra, Granada. Sheet-inventory: Holding: Museum of the Alhambra, Granada. Dimensions: 61 cm (high); 137,4 (width); 49 (background). Materials and techniques: Marble carving. Dating: End of the century X / Early eleventh century. […]

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Pile (the bucket) de 'Abd al-Malik

26/10/2009 Dr. Mabuse 8

Pile (the bucket) de 'Abd al-Malik. Museo Dâr si Sa‘îd, Marrakech. File- Holding inventory: Museo Dâr si Sa‘îd, Marrakech. Dimensions: 70 cm (high); 155 (width); 50 (background). Materials and techniques: Marble carving. Dating: 1002/1007 d.C. Place of production: This […]

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The Cordoba Cultural Center Marrakech

19/10/2009 Dr. Mabuse 1

“During Antiquity, Cordoba has been a powerful intellectual axis of Andalusian culture in the Iberian Peninsula ; for centuries, it has strengthened the unbreakable bonds with the splendid Marrakech : all-two sister cities through a fluid exchange […]

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Cordes-sur-Ciel, petite Cordoba

18/08/2009 Dr. Mabuse 16

There is a small town nestled in the French region of Languedoc current, specifically in the region of Albi, not far from the mythical river Tarn and the Franco-Spanish Pyrenean border, whose name we may be familar. The town, in its […]

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Albert Foweraker: Córdoba Moonlight

08/07/2009 Dr. Mabuse 5

Blizzard pieces for a puzzle consisting of thousands of them. New artists, new travelers, sincere love of this land in eternal decay. Much more than simple step giddy tourists, children of postindustrial consumer society. True pioneers. Today, […]