Spanish (Andalucia) Islamic Civilization
Andalucia is an autonomous community Spain Andalucia is the most populous autonomous region and the second largest of the 17 regions that make up Spain.
The capital is Seville. The name Andalucia comes from the Arabic… Continue reading
The origin of the word “Al-Andalus”
The origin of the word al-andalus is still not approved by linguists and historians.
The etymology of the name Al-Andalus is unknown. This name was used to refer to the Iberian peninsula or the… Continue reading
Toledo is a favorite tourist destination for our guests who come from Indonesia.
The city of Toledo Spain has an interesting Islamic footprint. There are three religions that can coexist with the historical charm of civilization in Toledo that makes… Continue reading
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In 711, Muslims began entering the Iberian peninsula. With a mission to end tyrannical rule, King Roderick. Muslims are led by Thariq bin Ziyad’s leadership across the ocean which separates Morocco and the Spanish mainland. Seven years later, most of… Continue reading
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CITY OF BARCELONA
Barcelona is a city in Spain and is the capital of the autonomous region of Catalonia. Standing in 230 BC, the city acts as a living gallery of modernist architecture and decoration and Art Nouveau (New… Continue reading