Many Jews do not go to church, but accompany a few fixed companions to pray in a fixed room
Built in the 14th century, the synagogue is the only synagogue in Andalusia and one of the best-preserved synagogues in Spain. There is only a small room, the carvings are fairly exquisite, and the original Hebrew inscriptions are still preserved on the surrounding walls.
There was a very inconspicuous small house on the roadside, but it was surrounded by many people. When I looked at the map, it was called synagogue. I looked up the dictionary and learned that it was called the synagogue. Later I learned that this is the oldest existing synagogue in Andalusia, with complicated interior decorations. White lines, and Hebrew.
A church tells the history of its city-Cordova Cathedral. At first glance, she looked like a mosque. Yes, Cordova was once the capital of Islam. Her predecessor was a mosque; when it was overthrown, she was converted into a Catholic church. So this church combines Islamic and Catholic art classics!
Built in 1314 of cordoba synagogue was the only synagogue, Andalusia is also one of Spain''s best kept the synagogue. 1492 jews were expelled after the synagogue was transformed into a hospital, and was transformed into the school, it was not until the end of the 19th century was reformed to for people to visit the synagogue.
Here is the fusion of multi-element culture, a very nice place
Preston_Dominguez: Calle de los Judíos, 20, 14004 Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain, Cordoba, Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Mezquita-Catedral,Roman Bridge,Calleja de las Flores,Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos,Museo Municipal Taurino