1. Umayyad Mezquita
The architecture of the monument, the only one of its kind in the world, tells a fascinating story. It is a living testimony of the Muslim and Christian faiths. The mosque was built between the 8th and 10th century farm Visigothic church of St. Vincent. After the Reconquista, it is dedicated to the Catholic faith in the 16th century, Christians built Gothic cathedral right in the center arch of the mosque. This is really most unique building in the world.
3. Palacio de Viana
This palace was enlarged several times between the 14th and 19th centuries . This outstanding complex of buildings covering an area of 6500m2 with a park and excellent facilities . The interior of the palace is amazing, especially the Salón de los Sentidos decorated with pearls and outstanding Cordoba leather.
5. San Pablo
The church was part of the old monastery of St. Paul, who founded Ferdinand III. Innards is huge with preserved Romanesque style and Gothics. You will definitely notice extraordinary sculptures made of Mudejar arches; statue of Notre -Dame made by Juan de Mesa is a real attraction.
2. Córdoba Jewish Quarter
With its whitewashed streets, courtyards decorated with flowers, ornamental work of iron and bars, it is impossible to resist the charms of this region. Step into to the area of Mezquita, this area is for tourists to explore one of the most beautiful medieval district of Spain.
4. Medina Azahara
Abd ar - Rahman III began construction of the city 936 years ago, but construction was not completed due to the war that erupted and the city was destroyed by Berbers in 1013. Exploration of this area actually discovered this city, with a mosque, a park in the middle room where Abd ar - Rahman III stayed.
Cordoba is a city worth to visit. Its unique atmosphere will give you amazing time and you will be able to relax.
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