I am very taken by the largesse of Spain for gifting a visit to the Alcazar upon an often unsuspecting public. It's a wonderful, romantic old site, which captures, more intimately, openly and far less complicatedly than its big sister Alhambra, the strengths of an innovate and often brilliant culture and people sadly-- for now-- far less often recognized primarily for those strengths in the face of more recent politics.
We should remain, regardless of other circumstances, grateful as well to Islamic architects and visionaries who in Math, Sciences and Engineering, as well as cuisine, offered so much to our eyes, mind and palate. We are additionally fortunate that the machinations of history have placed so much of it so conveniently in Europe's Spain.
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