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Cordoba City Tour from Seville
"Be picked up from your accommodations in Seville in the morning and start the 1.5-hour drive to Cordoba. On the way pass the village of Carmona a village in the countryside of Andalusia which makes for stunning views. The village holds great history as many civilizations have lived there and have left a visible mark. In the 10th century Cordoba was the biggest city of Europe having nearly 500000 inhabitants. It was home to Romans Moors and many other civilizations. Explore Cordoba as your guide tells you stories and facts about this beautiful city. The historic center was declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1984. The Roman Bridge
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Cordoba City Tour from Seville
"Be picked up from your accommodations in Seville in the morning and start the 1.5-hour drive to Cordoba. On the way pass the village of Carmona a village in the countryside of Andalusia which makes for stunning views. The village holds great history as many civilizations have lived there and have left a visible mark. In the 10th century Cordoba was the biggest city of Europe having nearly 500000 inhabitants. It was home to Romans Moors and many other civilizations. Explore Cordoba as your guide tells you stories and facts about this beautiful city. The historic center was declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1984. The Roman Bridge
From EUR89.00
 
Cordoba Full Day City Tour with Mosque Entrance
"This tour starts in our office the first point that we visit in the Cardenal Salazar square where the history of the Jewish quarter or sefardi quarter will be told. Then we will enter in the first monument of the tour: San Bartolomé Chapel it’s an old synagogue which was converted into a chapel with Arabic style. The next point is the Souk which is trying to represent an old Arabic souk or craftwork market typical from Cordoba and it is inside of an old building of the eighteenth century. The tour continues in the Synagogue from Córdoba which was created in the XIV century
From EUR45.00

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Torre de la Calahorra.

After the conquest of the Moors in 711 AD, they made good use of the Roman bridge, they sited their city as the Romans had on the north bank of the river. For defence they built the Torre de Calahorra...
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Beach_dog
May 09, 2004

Torre de la Calahorra 2

Built in 1369 by Enrique de Trastámara, who wanted to fight back the attack of his brother Pedro, this awesome tower houses the "Three Culture Museum" (Muslim, Christian and Jewish), a real "must"...
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andal13
Oct 23, 2003

Torre de la Calahorra 1

Torre de la Calahorra is a tower situated at one bank of river Guadalquivir, at the end of a Roman bridge. There is a very interesting museum at the tower, and from its roof you can enjoy a beautiful...
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andal13
Oct 23, 2003

Calahorra Tower

This defensive tower was built in 1369 by King Henry II in the war against his brother, King Peter I (Pedro). It is located on the opposite side of the Puente Romano, the Roman built bridge. Though...
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roamer61
Oct 18, 2003

Towers

There are two surviving towers from the medieval city walls. One, Malmuerte, is near Plaza Colon, the other one across the river at the end of the bridge.
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el_ruso
Apr 26, 2007

Models inside Torre de la Calahorra

Enjoy real model about the mezquita and Cordoba in general inside this building! Really, a great experience with lot of info available for everybody!
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Feb 03, 2003
 
 
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Things to Do Near Calahorra tower

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Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos

Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos or Castle of Christian Kings is situated in historical center of Cordoba. Construction of this castle was started in 1328 according to orders of King Alfonso XI of...
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Museo de Julio Romero de Torres

About a week and a half ago,I visited this art museum dedicated to the delightful paintings of very creative Spanish Master,Julio Romero de Torres.Julio Romero de Torres painted wonderful portraits of...
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Sinagoga

This small synagogue was built in 1315. It cannot contest with splendid synagogues of Toledo but anyway it is the masterpiece of Jewish Sephardic architecture of XIV century. In 1492 Their Catholic...
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Palacio de Viana

Cordoba is well known for its elaborate and elegant courtyards, and one of the best places to see these is in Palacio Viana. The palace contains 12 courtyards and a garden, and you can visit these on...
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At the roman bridge

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