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Puerta de Cordoba, Carmona
(4.2/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
Puerta de Cordoba is located in Carmona. Add Puerta de Cordoba and other attractions to your Carmona trip itinerary using our Carmona vacation planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Decorative than defensive, the other end of the cardo maximus Roman, this beautiful gate of the sixteenth (Renaissance), XVII (baroque) and, finally, (neoclassical) 18th had a Customs role than military because it is located at the top of the city.
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  • It is still what it was, a door which gives access to the city within the walls, on the outside of that gate city has not grown, i.e. you cross that door and salts of the city, which gives greater realism. Monument design is beautiful and picturesque by inside and outside, and the neighborhood that gives access is full of narrow streets and alleys very nice to walk.
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  • We made an unscheduled stop on our way to Seville and were delighted by this little town. Quaint restaurants, crooked streets and breathtaking views ! Good stop before the crowds in Seville for lunch ...  more »
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  • One of the four gates of the city in Roman times, one of the two remaining, certainly the most beautiful and the best views.
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  • Very good
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  • Antonio José Contigo
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  • Very tourist and visited
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  • Beautiful views over the Plains that surround the elevated position of Carmona. A lovely walk through the old town of Carmona until.
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