Toledo is known as the “imperial city” because it was the main seat of the court of Carlos I, as well as “the city of three cultures”, due to having been populated by Christians, Jews and Muslims for centuries. You can find many sights at this World Heritage Site declared in 1986.
Mosque-Church of El Cristo de la Luz
One of the most remarkable exponents of Islamic art in Toledo. Out of the ten mosques that the city once had, this one is the best preserved. During the Muslim era, it was a small oratory connected to a gate to access the city (Bab al-Mardum), to be used by those who just arrived in the city or by people preparing to leave it. It was built in the year 999, at the peak of the Caliphate of Cordoba.