The Moorish Muslims, left a lasting legacy for Spain – they did not simply occupy the country; they brought the cultural of Africa, Ethiopia, Egypt, The Nile Valley into Europe, they were not’ invaders and usurpers’ but ‘Master Teachers’ of the Kemetic -Nubian reservoir of knowledge’ of Kemet, Mali, and Timbuktu. The Moors helped plant the roots of the European Renaissance. Obviously the great palaces, castle and mosques of Moorish times are amongst Spain’s greatest tourist attractions – and rightly so – but also, pomegranates, oranges, lemons, aubergines, artichokes, cumin, coriander, bananas, almonds, saffron, sugar-cane, cotton, rice, figs, grapes, peaches and apricots were all introduced by the Moors.
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