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The Mosque of Cristo de la Luz is a former mosque in the former Medina area of Toledo, Spain. Built in 999, it is the one of the ten that existed in the city during the Moorish period. This small building measuring 8x 8 meters...More
This mosque dates from the year 999 (!) and is a rarity as it is said to be in much the same state today as when it was originally built. The building is small but offers a rich and fascinating architecture. Due to special circumstances...More
Small, not sure it's worth the entrance fee, but still intersting. It seems as if there is something missing. No expaination about the graden role in Arab architecture, the water way... like it's there so you can visit but not more that that.
It is one of seven attractions included in Pulsera Turistica (only 10 euro in total!). It is a charming place, less crowded than the other places from the list. Not much to visit inside, but good example of the existence of different culture in Toledo....More
You won't spend a lot of time here, unless you listen to the full audio tour. The audio tour was one of the lengthiest anywhere...almost more information than you need, but there's not much information on site, so if you don't have it, you're missing...More
Very small inside with a few moorish arches. At the main alter you can see jesus on a cross suspended in the air. The art work on the walls has sadly crumbled away in places. Outside there is a small garden and views out over...More
The mosque sits on a hill with nice views of the city and surrounding area. Lovely architecture. Tells the history of Spain essentially. Mosque became a church. Rather small with an entrance fee (cheap). About 5 minutes to see it but we spent 45 min...More
The Mosque of Christ of the Light is a history mosque cum church that dates from 10th century and converted to a church after the reconquest. The church is deceptively small. From the outside, it looks very impressive from the outside with in Neo-Mudejar design....More
A must-see part of Toledo's history. This mosque was built in the year 999 and was converted (as all mosques and synagogues were) into a church. The mosque is surrounded with legends and facts. I was lucky enough to be taking history classes at the...More
While the mosque may be historic, it isn’t worth visiting. The outside view looks somewhat impressive, but you only get to visit one small space inside and it’s not that impressive. The garden and fountain needed TLC. There is a good view of the city...More