5 Sights in Córdoba, Spain (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Córdoba, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Córdoba, Spain.

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1. Monumento a Julio Romero de Torres

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Romarotta's monument, a memorial to the painter, was built in 1940 in an agricultural garden in the city of C ó rdoba (Spain). Following the painter's death, the Cordoba City Council paid tribute to Almerian sculptor JuanCristobalGonz á lez Quesada, who used mainly stone as a whole and bronze as a sculpture.

Wikipedia: Monumento a Julio Romero de Torres (Córdoba) (ES)

2. Iglesia de San Andrés

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The church of San Andrés is one of the so-called Ferdinand churches of Córdoba (Spain). The temple was founded in the thirteenth century and underwent numerous reforms in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. On April 17, 1985 it was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest with the category of Monument.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de San Andrés (Córdoba) (ES)

3. Colegiata de San Hipólito

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The Royal Collegiate Church of Saint Hippolytus is a Catholic Church in Córdoba, (Spain) founded in 1343 at the initiative of King Alfonso XI of Castile. The church, which was later granted in perpetuity to the Society of Jesus, contains the tombs of King Ferdinand IV and his son Alfonso XI.

Wikipedia: Royal Collegiate Church of Saint Hippolytus (EN)

4. Iglesia de San Miguel

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San Miguel is a Roman Catholic church in Córdoba, Andalusia, southern Spain. It is one of the twelve churches built by order of King Ferdinand III of Castile in the city after its conquest in the early 13th century. It was declared a monument of national interest in 1931.

Wikipedia: San Miguel, Córdoba (EN)

5. Iglesia de San Lorenzo

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San Lorenzo is a church in Córdoba, Andalusia, southern Spain. Situated in the historic centre, it was one of the twelve religious buildings commissioned by king Ferdinand III of Castile in the city after its conquest in the early 13th century.

Wikipedia: San Lorenzo, Córdoba (EN)

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