Since 1992, I have been to Spain four times and once to Portugal. I have been to Lisbon, Madrid, Salamanca, Toledo, Segovia, Barcelona, Granada, Seville, and Cordoba. However, I started making wepbages about the these cities in the Andalusia region.

Among those cities, Cordoba, Seville, and Granada are the most interesting places. They are different from other European cities. These cities are in the southwestern corner of Spain, and connected to the African continent through the Gibraltar strait.




After Romans, Moslem Arabs came and remained in Spain until the 16th Century. Christians pushed those Moslems from the North, and Granada was the last Moslem city to fall to Christians.

Lisbon, Portugal