Explore interesting sights in Lucena, 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 Lucena, Spain.
1. Iglesia de San Mateo
The Church of San Mateo is a Catholic church located in the Plaza Nueva de Lucena, province of Córdoba, Spain. It is the largest and best preserved temple of those that were built in the early sixteenth century in the Cordoban countryside. In the eighteenth century the chapel of the Tabernacle was incorporated into the building, one of the most significant architectural works of this typology of the Andalusian Baroque.
2. Basílica de Coracho
The Basilica of Coracho was an ancient early Christian temple and necropolis located in the city of Lucena, Spain. It dates from the fourth century of the time of Emperor Constantine, who legalized Christianity in the Roman Empire, and highlighted the cult of martyrs. It is one of the oldest Christian temples excavated in the Iberian Peninsula.
3. Palacio de los Condes de Sta. Ana
The Palace of the Counts of Santa Ana is a building located in the historic center of the city of Lucena, Andalusia, Spain. It is the greatest exponent of private architecture in the city of the eighteenth century and houses inside the Interpretation Center of Lucena since its inauguration in 2011.
4. Necrópolis Judía
The Jewish necropolis of Lucena is a funerary site in the Cordovan municipality of Lucena, Spain. With an area of more than 3,700 square meters, it is the largest Jewish necropolis excavated and the best preserved in Europe.
5. Santuario de Nuestra Señora de Araceli
The Royal Diocesan Sanctuary of Our Lady of Araceli is located very close to Lucena, province of Córdoba. The Hermitage is at the top of the Sierra de Aras. Its construction dates back to the seventeenth century.
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