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Are the patios in Cordoba an attraction in the off season?

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I've read about how lovely Cordoba's patio tour in May can be and I'm wondering if the patios are private or are available for viewing year round. I would guess they are part of the inner courtyard so you can't just walk into one without an invitation, or can you?.

I found a mention of convents and religious buildings like Encarnacion, Santa Isabel de los Angeles, Las Capuchinas to name a few on a list having patios to be visited. Are these ones that visitors can stop by to view? I'm planning a visit to the Palacio Museo Viana to see the gardens during our three days in Cordoba. We will be there in mid-March.

Thank you for any suggestions or comments about the significance of the patios in Cordoba. Deborah

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