Córdoba is an Andalucian province in the south of Spain. The province’s capital, also called Córdoba, has an amazing 16 arch Roman bridge spanning the Rio Guadalquivir which flows through the city. There is also a Mosque-Cathedral with arched pillars and frescoes and a medieval Calahorra Tower housing a history museum.
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Open: September 16 - June 15; Tue - Fri 8.30 - 20.45, Sat 8.30 - 16.30, Sun 8.30 - 14.30. June 16 - September 15: Tue - Sat 8.30 - 15.00, Sun 8.30 - 14.30. Closed Monday.
The Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos features a castle, delightful gardens and a Moorish bathhouse. A Muslim Alcázar once stood where the Episcopal Palace is todayRead More
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The Mezquita (Mosque) dates back to the 10th century when Córdoba was one of the largest and most prosperous cities of Europe, outshining Byzantium and Baghdad in science, culture and the arts.Read More