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Buildings Cordova

The Tendillas
Located in the heart of the modern city.

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Alcazar Reyes Cristianos
Was expanded under the dynasty of the Trastamara, who added gardens, fountains, pools and baths, and later reformed as the Catholic Monarchs, to live during the recent military operations which culminated in the conquest of Granada.

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Outside mosque
Its exterior is topped by a crenellated wall crest and strengthened by square towers, which open the various doors of the building. The capitals show an extraordinary variety, Ionic, Corinthian and composite, almost all of them are of Roman and Byzantine creation as coming largely from the earlier Christian basilica of San Vicente.

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Inside mosque
Is regarded as the supreme monument of art caliphs. The great forest of columns and arches of the interior is one of the most beautiful that have been built in a house of prayer.

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Medina Azahara
It was a residential city very close to Cordova (5 km), built by Abd al-Rahman III. It started to get up the 936 but only lasted 74 years because it was looted and destroyed by Berbers in the year 1010. Medina Azahara is undergoing a slow but beautiful restoration.

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Viana Palace
Manor house that was extended to neighboring homes and occupies a 6,500 m2 extension. On its walls are stored artworks and unique collections.

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Posada del Potro
This inn was opened in 1435 and she stayed Miguel de Cervantes during their stay in Cordova. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, was the meeting point of the Andalusian truhanería. The current inn virtually intact interior.

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