Cordoba blooms in the springtime when its Patio Festival showcases the city’s colorful flowers. The summer months are balmy, but not too hot. And winters are mild in Spain’s delightful Andalusía region.
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Get lost in never-ending cultural and monumental legacy at this historic, renovated 1928 palace, with original architectural features.
Cordoba has been called the “Constantinople of the Occident” and “Pearl of Moorish Spain.”
Cordoba’s Great Mosque is considered the most significant Islamic monument in the western world.
Such historical figures as Seneca, Averroes and Maimonides were all born in Cordoba. Jews, Muslims, and Christians co-existed peacefully in the cultural capital of Cordoba during its golden age in the 10th century and beyond.
None of Mezquita’s pillars were the same height, which created quite a challenge for its builders.
A computer-enhanced version of Cordoba’s remarkable Roman Bridge was used in the television series, Game of Thrones.
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