We see it in the history of Andalusia and Cordoba during the Inquisition.
It is considered that with facilities for irrigation Andalusia could produce 150,000 bales annually.
It's like going into another world to journey from Andalusia into western Spain.
Whether the Vandals occupied Andalusia to the comparative exclusion of the Goths is uncertain.
Granada is the city in Andalusia which the Moors loved most and held longest.
Alfonso was gone into Andalusia against the Moors, unaccompanied by the Cid, whom sickness detained at home.
Are the Madonnas of Murillo anything but a transcript of the women of Andalusia?
Never again would Cordova be called the "Bride of Andalusia."
Or it might be a descent on the shores of their own beloved Andalusia.
These mandates exasperated the Moriscoes throughout Andalusia.
former name of southern Spain, from Spanish, from Arabic al Andalus, name for the entire peninsula, from Late Latin *Vandalicia "the country of the Vandals," in reference to one of the Germanic tribes that overran the Western Empire 3c.-4c. and for a time settled in southern Spain. See vandal.