With its striking geometric cross, Badajoz conjures up the city at the intersection of Moorish and Catholic Spain. Nestled against the border of Portugal, Badajoz was a major Moorish center beginning in the 8th century, when it was conquered by the Moors and remained under their rule until 1086 when it was invaded by Christian rulers under the reign of Alfonso IV of Castile. In black and white, it offers a striking underline to the strong lines in this Portland kitchen by Jessica Helgerson Design.
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