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What to see in Cordoba

What to see and do in Cordoba



La Mezquita. It’s the greatest monument of Cordoba and one of the wonders of Spain. Together with the Alhambra in Granada, represents the splendor of the Moorish domination. It was the ancient Great Mosque, turned into Cordoba’s Cathedral after the Catholic Reconquest. The building’s interior boasts giant arches sustained by 856 marble and granite columns, outside there’s a pleasant garden with orange trees called the Patio de los Naranjos.

El Puente Romano. The Roman Bridge is one of the visual landmarks of Cordoba; situated above the river Guadalquivir, connects the city with the countryside with its 16 arches. It was built by the Romans in the first century to replace the old wooden bridge.

The Juderia. Is the medieval Jewish quarter of Cordoba, a maze of streets and lanes that converge in the quaint Plaza del Potro, is located north east of the Mezquita and is one of the most visited areas of the city.

Medina Azahara. A few kilometers outside Cordoba lie the ruins of the city palace built in the 10th century by Caliph Abd al-Rahman as witness to his greatness. It was an amazing complex made of palaces, mosques, houses and gardens.

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