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The Hotel Hacienda Posada de Vallina is located next to the Mezquita-Catedral de Córdoba

The Mosque


The Mosque, Cathedral of Cordoba is the most important monument of all the Islamic West and one of the most amazing in the world. Its history summarizes the complete evolution of the Umayyad style in Spain, as well as the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles of Christian construction.

The quarterdeck


The Alcázar Cordobés, fortress and palace with solid walls, contains in its interior a great part of the architectural evolution of Cordoba. Roman remains and Visigoths coexist with those of Arab origin in this majestic site, since it was the favorite place of the different rulers of the city.

Synagogue

Unique in Andalusia and third of the best preserved medieval period in Spain, is located in the neighborhood of the Jewish quarter of Cordoba. Built between 1314 and 1315 according to the inscriptions found in the building, it served as a temple until the definitive Jewish expulsion.

Royal Stables

In 1570, Felipe II gave free rein to his love for horses and his project to create the pure Spanish race. For this, I manage to build the Royal Stables in a part of the site of the Alcázar. It shares with the royal fortress the marked military character. In this attractive building was raised the Spanish horse, also called Andalusian, of Arab descent.

Bullfighting Museum


In Plaza Maimónides, very close to Hospital del Cardenal Salazar, there is the Bullfighting Museum, located in an old mansion of the 16th century. The strong bullfighting tradition of Cordoba has managed to reunite part of the huge patrimony dedicated to the five bullfighting caliphs, Lagartijo, Guerrita, Machaquito, Manolete and Manuel Benítez, El Cordobés.

Bullfighting Museum

In Plaza Maimónides, very close to Hospital del Cardenal Salazar, there is the Bullfighting Museum, located in an old mansion of the 16th century. The strong bullfighting tradition of Cordoba has managed to reunite part of the huge patrimony dedicated to the five bullfighting caliphs, Lagartijo, Guerrita, Machaquito, Manolete and Manuel Benítez, El Cordobés.

Arab baths

Accidentally, in 1903, the remains of Arab baths were found in Campo de los Santos Martires, which were buried months later. Between 1961 and 1964, a group of Cordovan historians brought to light this construction, leaving evidence of the great extent of it.
These baths or hammam, contiguous to the disappeared Umayyad Alcázar, to which they surely belonged, were possibly the most important in the city.

Calleja de las Flores

In the neighborhood of the Jewish quarter, near the Mosque, Cathedral of Cordoba we find this peaceful street, one of the most traditional streets of the city. Narrow and sinuous, it climbs up a gentle slope to the small square where it ends. The latticed balconies are filled with flowers, aromatizing the visitor's pleasant walk.

Fernandinas Churches

Fernandinas Churches are denominated to a set of religious constructions commanded to build by the king Fernando III the Saint after the conquest of Cordova in 1236. The imposition of many of them on previous mosques, shows a clear disposition to eradicate the Islamic influence, so evident in the city, as well as to repopulate some areas with Christian subjects.