Museo Arqueologico de CordobaCordoba Province,Spain
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Banos Arabes de CordobaCordoba Province,Spain
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Patio De Los NaranjosCordoba Province,Spain
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Alcazar de los Reyes CristianosCordoba Province,Spain
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Palacio de Viana
because of limited time, not a good time for the courtyard festival, many of the participating courtyards are not open to the public, so we chose a most representative award-winning courtyard visit, this is the Viana Palace
The Viana Palace, which has 12 beautiful courtyards, has won numerous awards at the Cordoba Garden Festival and is known as the Courtyard Museum. From the 15th century to the 20th century, after 5 centuries of construction, it now has 6,500 square meters. Viana Palace inherits the ancient Roman and Arab traditions, which makes Viana Palace a very representative courtyard in Cordoba. One of the
THE RECEPTION COURTYARD, the 16th century courtyard
courtyard in the middle of the jujube tree is very high, it seems to cover the entire courtyard
COURTYARD OF THE COLUMNS, this is the nearest courtyard, probably in In the 20th century, it was mainly used for events and celebrations.
THE GARDEN, built in the 19th century, is the largest yard of the Viana Palace, but it belongs to the courtyard, but the real garden, the Marquis nobles
COURTYARDOF THE CHAPEL, built with the same enjoyment and ethos of the aristocratic class at the time, dates back to the 17th century and is named after a chapel in the courtyard. The courtyard is surrounded by orange trees, just an orange The scenery of the garden
12 courtyards is really time-consuming to turn around. When I go in, I dont think its big. Its really going to go more and more.
The ancient Roman bridge Puente Romano de Crdoba
is near six o'clock. The sunset arrives and walks to the ancient Roman bridge. Fortunately, it is not far away. The ancient Roman bridge still in use is still built in the 1st century, in the 13th century. In the 19th century, there were different degrees of construction. The bridge was built with megaliths. There are 16 bridge holes
standing at the southern end of the bridge. The mosques on the other side and the quaint bridges are shining. The hh/dusk is gradually yellowing. Days, people watch the sunset on the bridge, the bridge is in the horizon
of course the ancient Roman bridge this location, everyone has heard a lot
"The Game of Thrones" in the long bridge of Valentis Long Bridge Of Volantis, HBO is said to have used 4 seats + drones when shooting, pulling a few epic wide angles to make the bridge look longer
Calleja de las Flores
Hundred Flowers Lane is located next to the mosque and can be found in 2-3 minutes. It is a typical white alley in Cordoba
because it is full of flowers and plants in the winding and narrow alleys. The flower is full of fragrance, so the April Garden Festival named Baihua Alley
Crdoba is famous all over the world. The courtyard design and flower conservation are very famous
, therefore Baihuaxiang should be the most beautiful in April and May. I am not very beautiful in this winter. I don't think it is very beautiful. The color of the flowers is not too much. There is no imaginative flower garden. There is a little disappointment
but there are many small shops around. If you buy leather goods, you can find a lot. Good handmade leather bag
good at sunset is the best time to see the ancient Roman bridge
If the Siena Cathedral in Italy is one of the most special churches I have ever seen, then the Grand Mosque of Cordoba that I came today is also the most special mosque I have ever seen. A
1984 The Cordoba Mosque was selected as a World Heritage Site. It is the pilgrimage site after Mecca and Jerusalem. It has been converted back and forth between the Catholic Church and the mosque, so it has a unique culture. After the integration, the 18 rows of pillars are alternately lined by red bricks and dolomites. It is very stunning
In such a long history, the great mosque is more magnificent and the decoration is more refined; but the most special It is still the Grand Mosque of Cordoba, a building that combines Islamic mosques and Christian churches. In this building, there are places where Islam believers worship God, and the middle part is where Christian believers pray for God. In addition to the separate time periods of worship, they are co-existing in a building. The mosque that is so mixed is rare in the world and can be said to be the most unique existence in the world.
Hospes Palacio del Bailio Paolo Palace Hotel
Absolute five-star service, five-star facilities, the entire hotel is located in a 16th-century palace, like a small palace, although not next to the mosque, but walking distance 15min, the hotel environment is very good
The hotel has medieval elements and modern decoration. The hotel uses gorgeous materials such as leather and velvet. The elegant and elegant
hotel restaurant is more special. First of all, The Arbequina restaurant is a Michelin-recommended restaurant that combines Spanish and Asian cuisine. If you are interested, you can reserve a seat and try the price. The price is medium to high. Secondly, the transparent tempered glass is actually a Roman monument. When you check in, you can and the front desk. Book a guided tour, very special experience
Staying here has a benefit, you can enjoy the exclusive Roman baths of the hotel's exclusive Bodyna Spa for an hour, open 10
Out of the Great Mosque is a particularly beautiful Baihua Lane in Cordoba, but unfortunately there is almost no flower in winter. In fact, not only in the alleys of the old towns of Cordoba, Spain, but also in the spring, the flowers bloom in full bloom.
The next step is the ancient Roman bridge of Crdoba. It is a bit bland during the day, and the evening lights will be especially beautiful. The most amazing surprise in Cordoba is the weekend market. In fact, I don't quite understand whether this is a fixed market in Crdoba on weekends or if we are lucky enough to meet the big days in Cordoba.
Life is full of contradictions and conflicts, and what we can do is to find harmony and coexistence.
Crdoba Mosque - a building where Islam and Christian culture coexist, a mixture of contradictions and conflicts.
The church was renamed the mosque because it was not called a church. It was because of its mixed ethnic Islamic style.
is a rare building in the world where Catholicism and Islam are mixed, and it breaks the mindset of Catholicism and Islam that are inherent in people's minds.
Although the Great Mosque has been going through a thousand years, the stone pillar walls have been mottled, but the tall Golden Gate is still golden.
The mosque is divided into two parts: the courtyard and the temple: the outer courtyard is free to visit, and the entrance to the monastery requires the purchase of tickets.
Address: Calle Cardenal Herrero
Alcazar Castle was built in the 13th century as the palace and fortress of Alfonso X. The Christian King's Castle is a square courtyard. The castle looks very strong, and the surrounding walls and towers are indestructible. The castle building is divided into three floors, the upper level is the royal palace, the middle is the outbuilding and the small mosque, and the lower level is the garden. Board the narrow spiral staircase of the tower to the roof terrace, where you can see the beautiful gardens under the castle and the cityscape of Crdoba.
In the Alcazar, you can feel the shadow of the Alhambra. There are similarities in the name of the courtyard. There are also the Lion Park, the Girl Garden and the Carlos Palace.
The Roman Bridge was first built in the Roman era and expanded to the present size in the Moorish era. The bridge is built with boulder and has 16 bridge holes. The bridge deck is straight and there are semi-circular platforms on both sides of the bridge. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery on both sides. Standing at the southern end of the bridge, the mosque on the other side and the quaint bridge are shining. Today's weather is also quite a face, not cold or hot, blue sky and white clouds make people really feel good! No wonder Spain has so many romantic masters.