The Torre del Alminar which is 305 feet high and was built on the site of the original minaret. It’s possible to climb the steps to the very top for superb views of Cordoba.
The Bridge on Guadalupe river dates back to the roman era.
The entry gate to the magnificent mosque cathedral of Cordoba.
The pillars in red and white signify the palm trees in a desert – in several such pillars the gigantic structure is built.
Above the Mihrab is this dazzling ocatagonal dome, which is flanked by columns with enterlaced multi-lobed arches and surrounded by Byzantine-style mosaics with Arabic inscriptions.
The intricate woodwork at Cordoba Mosque-Cathedral.
The streets within the Mosque-Cathedral.

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