In our quick pitstop to Córdoba, we visited the historic Mosque-Cathedral, which was built in the 8th Century and was a mosque until June 29, 1236 when Córdoba became a Christian town. Instead of destroying the mosque's pillars and mirabs, the Christians installed chapels (because the installations of chapels would break Muslim tradition). Today, the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba is the biggest outside of the mosque in Mecca.
Interesting fact: pink marble came from Córdoba and you can see/touch the oldest pillars in the world, from the 8th century, here.
After the visit to the Mosque-Cathedral, we walked through the historic quarter to our lunch at Restaurant Churrasco on Calle Romero.
Restaurant Churrasco - Calle Romero, 16, 14003