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Visit with us Cordoba's Mosque-Cahedral, a monument unique of its kind, arisen from the union of Muslim and Christian culture
Approx. duration: 1 hour
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Very few places in the world can boast about having been the capital of a Roman province (Hispania Ulterior), the capital of an Arab State (Al-Andalus) and a Caliphate. Such splendor is palpable in the intellectual wealth of this city, that was the birthplace of many outstanding figures such as Seneca, Averroes, and Maimonides. The historic quarter of Cordoba is incredibly fascinating and full of narrow streets, alleys, squares and whitewashed courtyards arranged around the Mezquita, which reflects the city's prominent place in the Islamic world during medieval times.
The Mosque of Cordoba or Cathedral of Cordoba is a building of Cordoba that was begun to be built in the year 785/786. It is considered one of the most important monuments of the Islamic and Christian world. After the Reconquest, in 1238, the mosque became a Renaissance cathedral, merging it with the Muslim temple. From its history, one can observe several constructive phases influenced by the reign of the different caliphs of each moment. Abderraman I, Abderraman II, Abderraman III, Alhaken II and Almanzor. Declared a World Heritage Site, today it is one of the most important monuments in Spain and in all Andalusian architecture.
Puerta del Palacio de Congresos, calle Torrijos, s/n. Look for the green umbrella
Puerta del Perdón de la Mezquita Catedral (Door of the bell tower in the patio de los Naranjos). Look for the orange umbrella.
Puerta del Perdón de la Mezquita-Catedral. Look for the white umbrella