Taken by the cats, this old roman temple shows you the edge of the Roman city. There are guided tours on the temple. Follow Calle San Fernando which was the Eastern Wall.
Uno de los monumentos históricos más importantes de Córdoba es el Templo Romano, reflejo del esplendor de la ciudad en esta época. Conoce más información.
Restos de un templo Romano del siglo I. Corduba fue la capital de la Bética, la zona del templo era el Foro. Actualmente se encuentra al lado del Ayuntamiento
“The synagogue of Cordoba is an absolute architectural and cultural rarity. It is the only Jewish temple in Andalusia that survived the expulsion of the Jews centuries ago. The building dates from 1315 and gives evidence of the great Jewish culture that influenced Cordoba.”
“Erected by Alfonso XI. in 1328, the Fortress of the Christian Monarchs is one of the most impressive references of that time. The fortress is a former royal palace and includes some of the most beautiful gardens one can imagine. The first fortress is of Arabian kind and dates from the 8th century. It is the place where monarchs Isabella and Ferdinand received America’s discoverer Christopher Columbus.”
“An incredible cathedral which has a mosque inside. Stepped in history of the battle between the Christians and the Moors.”
“There are many palaces, but no one like Viana in Cordoba. Because in Viana, behind the restained white walls, just dotted with open spaces that leave us guessing the interior, it is concrete, as in any other building in Cordoba and Andalusia, the delight of the patios, these spaces made of air in which the architecture is at the service of the garden; where a tribute is paid to plants, flowers, light and water. In the courtyard of the Palacio de Viana in Cordoba, art leaves the pedestal to materialize in the simple and affordable experience to smell, see and feel it alive.”