Cordoba


It was an important Roman city and an Islamic cultural center in the Middle Ages. It's best known for La Mezquita, an immense mosque dating to 600 C.E. featuring a columned prayer hall and Byzantine mosaics. A 1600s Catholic cathedral now occupies the center of the mosque.

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Cathedral of Cordoba

UNESCO world heritage

Alcazar of the Christian Monarchs

14th century

Jewish Quarter

14th century

Historic Center of Córdoba

historic monuments

Archaeological Ensemble of Madinat Al-Zahra

10th century

Córdoba Patio Festival

spring celebrations

Roman Bridge

16th century

Viana Palace

renaissance palace

Flowers alley

street of flowers

Calahorra Tower

12th century

Chapel of San Bartolomé

15th century

Synagogue

14th century

Casa de Sefarad

sephardic tradition

Corredera square

historic square

Archeological Museum

regional museum

Museum Julio Romero Torres

art museum

Christ of the Lanterns

18th century

House Andalusi

12th century

Posada del Potro

14th century

Roman Temple

2nd century

Almodovar Gate

14th century

Cairuan Street

ancient city walls

Merced Palace

historical building

The Mill of Albolafia

13th century