Dawdling about La Judería quarter in Córdoba city center, about which I will be soon publishing a post, I stumbled on a pretty unconventional house. Its façade was full of posters, looking like a picturesque collection of aphorisms. The posters referred to the most diverse topics such as feminism, religion, society, offering points of view and advices.
I stood in front of this house for a little while, trying to decide whether it was an outlandish private residence or the office of a revolutionary movement, until I saw who looked like the owner, calmly sitting at the doorstep reading his newspaper, in a typical Spanish flair. Now convinced this was a private house and not wanting to disrupt what seemed to be the daily morning routine, I quickly stole the image of peace he was suggesting and carried on with my walk.