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  • 1. Mezquita


    Built between the 8th and 10th centuries, Córdoba's mosque is one of the earliest and most beautiful examples of Spanish Islamic architecture. The plain, crenellated...Read More

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  • 2. Archivo General de Indias

    Barrio de Santa Cruz

    Opened in 1785 in the former Lonja (Merchants' Exchange), this dignified Renaissance building stores a valuable archive of more than 40,000 documents, including drawings, trade...Read More

  • 3. Capilla de los Marineros


    This seamen's chapel is one of Triana's most important monuments and home to the Brotherhood of Triana, whose Semana Santa processions are among the most...Read More

  • 4. Convento de San Francisco

    This 16th-century convent is one of Vandelvira's religious architectural masterpieces. The building was spoiled by the French army and partially destroyed by a light earthquake...Read More

  • 5. Corral del Carbón


    This building was used to store coal in the 19th century, but its history is much longer. Dating to the 14th century, it was used...Read More

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  • 6. El Bañuelo


    These 11th-century Arab steam baths might be a little dark and dank now, but try to imagine them some 900 years ago, filled with Moorish...Read More

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  • 7. Gran Teatro Manuel de Falla

    Four blocks west of Santa Inés is the Plaza Manuel de Falla, overlooked by this amazing neo-Mudejar redbrick building. The classic interior is impressive as...Read More

  • 8. Hospital de la Caridad

    El Arenal

    Behind the Teatro de la Maestranza is this almshouse for the sick and elderly, where six paintings by Murillo (1617–82) and two gruesome works by...Read More

  • 9. Hospital de los Venerables

    Barrio de Santa Cruz

    Once a retirement home for priests, this baroque building has a splendid azulejo patio with an interesting sunken fountain (designed to cope with low water...Read More

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  • 10. Puerta de Almodóvar


    Outside this old Moorish gate at the northern entrance of the Judería is a statue of Seneca, the Córdoba-born philosopher who rose to prominence in...Read More

  • 11. Synagogue


    The only Jewish temple in Andalusia to survive the expulsion and inquisition of the Jews in 1492, Córdoba's synagogue is also one of only three...Read More

  • 12. Torre del Oro

    El Arenal

    Built by the Moors in 1220 to complete the city's ramparts, this 12-sided tower on the banks of the Guadalquivir served to close off the...Read More

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  • 13. University of Seville

    Parque Maria Luisa

    Fans of Bizet's opera Carmen will want to come here, to see where the famous heroine reputedly rolled cigars on her thighs. At the far...Read More

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