32 Sights in Cordova, Spain (with Map and Images)

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1. Córdoba

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Córdoba, or sometimes Cordova, is a city in Andalusia, Spain, and the capital of the province of Córdoba. It is the third most populated municipality in Andalusia and the 11th overall in the country.

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2. Iglesia de Santa Catalina

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Convento de Santa Clara is a defunct convent located on Calle del Rey Heredia in Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain. Situated in the historic centre, it was the first convent in the city after the Reconquista of October 1265. It was built atop a Muslim mosque dating to 976 which, in turn, had been built on the Basilica of Santa Catalina, in the 6th century. The minaret, re-fashioned into a bell-tower, and the building's Calle Osio portal date to this period. The convent was initially situated within the mosque and had eight nuns. Throughout its history, it went by various names. Originally known Santa Catalina, it became "Santa Clara" after installation of the Poor Clares; it was also known as "Santa Isabel" during a time of tribute to Isabella of France who had strong ties to the Spanish Crown. The religious order was incorporated to Santa Cruz in 1868, when the convent was abandoned. The minaret/bell tower was declared a Bien de Interés Cultural site in 1931. Muslim towers, battlements, and a staircase have been retained.

Wikipedia: Convento de Santa Clara (Córdoba) (EN)

3. Ategua

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Ategua is an archaeological site located 6 kilometers from the hamlet of Santa Cruz, next to the Guadajoz River, and about 32 kilometers from Córdoba, Spain. Some excavations have confirmed the occupation of the site from the Late Bronze to the Middle Ages, which makes it a privileged place for archaeological and historical research. However, the presence of materials belonging to the second millennium BC. C. allows us to raise the possibility that the occupation of that space can be ascribed to that date, although new excavations will have to be allowed to corroborate this hypothesis categorically.

Wikipedia: Ategua (ES)

4. Plaza de la Corredera

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The Plaza de la Corredera is one of the most emblematic places in the Spanish city of Córdoba. It is the only quadrangular main square in Andalusia and is located in the historic district of the Axerquía. Although the first evidence of an irregular square is from the fourteenth century, the current square was built in 1683 by the architect Antonio Ramós Valdés by order of the corregidor Francisco Ronquillo Briceño. Its name comes from the bullfights that were held in this space, although autos de fe and executions of the Spanish Inquisition were also celebrated.

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5. Sinagoga

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Córdoba Synagogue is a historic edifice in the Jewish Quarter of Córdoba, Spain, built in 1315. The synagogue's small size points to it having possibly been the private synagogue of a wealthy man. It is also possible that Córdoba's complex of buildings was a yeshivah, kollel, or study hall. Another possibility is that this was the synagogue of a trade guild, which converted a residence or one of the work rooms into the synagogue. The synagogue was decorated according to the best Mudejar tradition.

Wikipedia: Córdoba Synagogue (EN)

6. Arco del Portillo

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The Portillo arch, also called the arch of San Francisco or portillo del Corbache, is a span opened in the late fourteenth century in the eastern stretch of the wall that divided the Villa and the Axerquía in the city of Córdoba, Spain. It is located on Calle San Fernando, in front of the church of San Francisco. It connects the Cathedral district, belonging to the old Medina, and the neighborhood of San Francisco-Ribera, in the old Axerquía.

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7. Iglesia de San Francisco y San Eulogio

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The Church of St. Francis and the Church of St. eurogio are Catholic churches in Cordoba, Spain. It belongs to the so-called Fernandian Church because it was founded in the twelfth century by King Fernando III of Castilla. Its original name was Royal St. Peter's Monastery, which was administered by Franciscan orders, hence its present name. The temple was declared a cultural attraction in the monument category on March 24, 1982.

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

8. Roman Bridge of Córdoba

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The Roman bridge of Córdoba is a bridge in the Historic centre of Córdoba, Andalusia, southern Spain, originally built in the early 1st century BC across the Guadalquivir river, though it has been reconstructed at various times since. It is also known locally as the Old Bridge as for two thousand years, until the construction of the San Rafael Bridge in the mid-twentieth century, it was the city's only bridge across the river.

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9. Alminar de San Juan

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The minaret of San Juan is a tower belonging to an old mosque of the emiral-caliphal era, located in the Plaza de San Juan de Córdoba, Spain. It is one of the four minarets in Spain declared of Cultural Interest, framed as a historical-artistic monument belonging to the National Artistic Treasure by decree of June 3, 1931. In addition, it is located in the historic center of Córdoba, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.

Wikipedia: Alminar de San Juan (Córdoba) (ES)

10. Museo de Julio Romero de Torres

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The Julio Romero de Torres Museum is a museum located in the city of Córdoba, Spain, which is notable for containing the largest collection of the famous Cordoban painter Julio Romero de Torres. It is located in the building of the old Hospital of la Caridad, which also houses the Museum of Fine Arts of Córdoba. The museum has been declared a Bien de Interés Cultural in the category of monument since 1962.

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11. Triunfo de San Rafael

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The Triumph of San Rafael of the Plaza de la Compañía is one of the many triumphs existing in the city of Córdoba (Spain) dedicated to the archangel San Rafael, guardian angel of the city. It is located in the Plaza de la Compañía and was one of the first triumphs that the city had. It was built by the contributions that the faithful made for its construction on the site that is still preserved in 1736.

Wikipedia: Triunfo de San Rafael (Plaza de la Compañía) (ES)

12. Monumento a los Enamorados

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Monumento a los Enamorados Justojosemm / GFDL

The Monument to the Lovers or monument to the Lovers is a monument located in Córdoba (Spain), inaugurated in 1971 in memory of the love between the poet Ibn Zaydun and the poet and princess Wallada. They lived, approximately, at the same time as the Infantes de Lara, but are known mainly for their love poetry. The monument is a temple formed by four columns without base, roof and a pedestal with two hands.

Wikipedia: Monumento a los Enamorados (Córdoba) (ES)

13. Molino de la Albolafia

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Molino de la Albolafia Harvey Barrison from Massapequa, NY, USA / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Albolafia, also known as the Molino de la Albolafia in Spanish, is a medieval noria along the Guadalquivir River in the historic center of Córdoba, Spain. It is one of several historic watermills of Cordoba and is located close to the Roman Bridge and to the Christian Alcazar. It is commonly believed to date from the Islamic era of the city, though its exact origins are uncertain.

Wikipedia: Albolafia (EN)

14. Mosque–Cathedral of Cordoba

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The Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba, officially known by its ecclesiastical name of Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Córdoba dedicated to the Assumption of Mary and located in the Spanish region of Andalusia. Due to its status as a former Islamic mosque, it is also known as the Mezquita and as the Great Mosque of Córdoba.

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15. Iglesia de San Juan y Todos los Santos

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San Juan y Todos los Santos, also known as Iglesia de la Trinidad, is a Catholic church located on the Plaza de la Trinidad in Córdoba, Spain. It stands on the site of the former Convento de la Trinidad established shortly after Fernando III conquered the city in 1236. Built in the Baroque style, it forms part of the Historic centre of Córdoba, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Wikipedia: San Juan y Todos los Santos (EN)

16. Seminario de San Pelagio

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The Major Seminary of San Pelagio is a center of priestly formation of the Catholic Church located in the Andalusian city of Córdoba, Spain. It was created in 1583, and is very close to the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba and the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos. With its more than four centuries of history, it is one of the oldest living institutions in Córdoba.

Wikipedia: Seminario Mayor de San Pelagio (ES)

17. Estatua al Gran Capitán

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The Great Captain's Monument is a work dedicated to the gonzalofern á ndez of Cordoba, "The Great Captain," located in the tendillas Square in the Spanish city of Cordoba. This is a bronze equestrian sculpture, except for the head, carved from white marble. Completed by the mateo inurria of C ó rdoba in 1923, although it moved to its present location in 1927.

Wikipedia: Monumento al Gran Capitán (Córdoba) (ES)

18. Triunfo de San Rafael

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The Triumph of San Rafael del Puente Romano is the oldest of the many triumphs existing in the city of Córdoba (Spain) dedicated to the archangel San Rafael, guardian angel of the city. Work of Bernabé Gómez del Río in 1651 was incorporated into the Roman Bridge in its parapet, to bless all those visitors who left and entered through the Puerta del Puente.

Wikipedia: Triunfo de San Rafael (Puente romano de Córdoba) (ES)

19. historic centre

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The historic centre of Córdoba, Spain is one of the largest of its kind in Europe. In 1984, UNESCO registered the Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba as a World Heritage Site. A decade later, it expanded the inscription to include much of the old town. The historic centre has a wealth of monuments preserving large traces of Roman, Arabic, and Christian times.

Wikipedia: Historic centre of Córdoba (EN)

20. Baños del Alcázar Califal

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The Caliphal Baths are an Islamic bathhouse complex in Córdoba, Spain. They are situated in the historic centre which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1994. The complex was contiguous to the former Caliphal Palaces of the Umayyads, whose inhabitants it served. Today the baths have been partially reconstructed and are open as a museum.

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21. Iglesia de San Pedro de Alcántara

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Iglesia de San Pedro de Alcántara Kennosuke Yamaguchi from Saitama, Japan / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Church of San Pedro de Alcantara is a Roman Catholic church located in the city of Córdoba, Spain. It is located in the Plaza del Cardenal Salazar de la Judería Cordoba, included in the denomination of Historic Center of Cordoba, recognized as a World Heritage Site. Likewise, it is also protected with the category of Asset of Cultural Interest.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de San Pedro de Alcántara (Córdoba) (ES)

22. Casa de Sefarad

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la casa de sefarad, located in C ó rdoba (Spain), is a museum and cultural center that opened in 2006 and tells about Spanish culture, history and traditions. The hotel is located in an ancient Jewish house dating back to the 14th century in the center of the ghetto, opposite the Cordoba synagogue. This is a privately owned museum.

Wikipedia: Casa de Sefarad (Córdoba) (ES)

23. Teatro Góngora

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The Teatro Góngora, also known as Cine Góngora or cine Pathè, is a theatre in Córdoba, Spain. It was built as a cinema between 1929 and 1932, designed by the Madrid architect Luis Gutiérrez Soto. Built on the site of the old convent of Jesús María, it occupies 950 m², and is located on Jesús María street.

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24. Casa del Indiano

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Casa del Indiano José Luis Filpo Cabana / CC BY 4.0

The Indian House, also known as casa de los ceas, is a palace in the square of the Angel Tower in C ó rdoba (Spain). At present, only the main facade of the building is retained, and the interior is occupied by apartments and Indian streets, which can be accessed through the gates of the old facade.

Wikipedia: Casa del Indiano (Córdoba) (ES)

25. Centro de Arte Moderno Rafael Botí

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The Rafael Botí Art Center is a contemporary art center based in Córdoba (Spain), promoted by the Rafael Botí Provincial Foundation of Plastic Arts, dependent on the Provincial Council of Córdoba. It was launched in June 2015 after having executed an investment of more than 2.4 million euros.

Wikipedia: Centro de Arte Rafael Botí (ES)

26. Iglesia de Santo Domingo de Silos

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The Royal Church of El Salvador and Santo Domingo de Silos and the College of Santa Catalina de Córdoba (Spain) were conceived as a single entity and constitute a set of buildings around which the urban fabric of the city is formed. It was built by the Society of Jesus in the sixteenth century.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de San Salvador y Santo Domingo de Silos (Córdoba) (ES)

27. Parque de la Asomadilla

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The Asomadilla Park is an urban park of Spain located in the Norte-Sierra district of the city of Córdoba (Andalusia). By area, a total of 27 hectares, it is the third largest park in Andalusia after the Alamillo park in Seville and the Moret park in Huelva.

Wikipedia: Parque de la Asomadilla (Córdoba) (ES)

28. Teatro de la Axerquía

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The Teatro de la Axerquía is an open-air theater in Córdoba, Spain, as well as a representation of concerts and cultural events of any kind. It is located on Menéndez Pidal Avenue, next to Cruz Conde Park and Colina de los Quemados.

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29. Acueducto de Valdepuentes

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Valdebridge Aqueduct, also known as aqua vetus or aqua augusta, was one of three aqueducts that, together with aqua fontis aureae and aqua nova domitiana augusta, supplied water to the city of corduba in Roman times.

Wikipedia: Acueducto de Valdepuentes (Córdoba) (ES)

30. Iglesia de la Magdalena

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Santa María Magdalena is a church in Córdoba, Spain, built in the Mudejar style. It forms part of the Historic centre of Córdoba, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and is named after Jesus' companion, Mary Magdalene.

Wikipedia: Santa María Magdalena, Córdoba (EN)

31. Calleja de las Flores

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Calleja de las Flores Ajay Suresh from New York, NY, USA / CC BY 2.0

The Calleja de las Flores is one of the most popular tourist streets of Córdoba city in Andalusia, Spain. Positioned as an intersection of the street Velázquez Bosco, is a narrow street that ends in a plaza.

Wikipedia: Calleja de las Flores (EN)

32. Capilla de San Bartolomé

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Capilla de San Bartolomé José Luis Filpo Cabana / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Chapel of San Bartolomé is a funerary chapel in the historic centre of Córdoba, Spain. It is dated between 1390 and 1410. Richly decorated, it is one of the city's finest examples of Mudéjar art.

Wikipedia: San Bartolomé, Córdoba (EN)


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