Abu Hanifah Foundation students and teachers travelled to Al-Andalusia for a breathtaking tour to discover the secrets of Muslim Spain. The educational and spiritual journey went into the heart of al-Andalus, through the Golden Age cities which are the most important historical capitals of Andalusia, and their Islamic legacy. Muslims, Christians, and Jews co-existed for over seven centuries in the geographic area known as Al-Andalus. The history of the Al-Andalus indicates that Muslims, Christians, and Jews who lived within Al-Andalus had relatively peaceful relations, with the exception of a few scattered revolts, and times of religious persecution. The great amount of cultural and social interaction that took place between these three distinct social and religious groups led to the creation of a unique and diverse culture that demonstrated a high level of peace, tolerance and co-existence.