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Iglesia de San Lorenzo, Cordoba

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To experience the heart of Cordoba's old-world charm, the famous Jewish Quarter, or Judería, offers an array of family-owned pensions and boutique hotels with close proximity to the city's main attractions and lively tapas culture. A number of newer hotels surround the local train and bus stations offering more spacious accomodations, although removed from the city's historical district. Above all, be sure to book a hotel equipped with air conditioning as Cordoba is famous for its scorching tempuratures during the late spring and summer.
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  • Its an average good looking church, nothing special. if you are around you can visit it, not something to go out of your way to see.  more »
  • Situated in the Old Quarters of Cordoba, you need to ask the driver of the Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus to stop at this point as most of the people travelling with you will not bother to board off at this place...  more »
  • This appears to be another overlooked site on the far side of the Old Quarter. It is a gothic style cathedral that was originally a mosque. The beautiful mosque/church with its fabulous rose glass win...  more »
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  • This 15th century Church is behind the houses on the East of the Capitulants street side. We went through the Portico of San Pablo and we are in the compass that precedes the Church in whose main facade stands out a beautiful rose window.
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  • Entered a church beautiful, whenever I step in front of him and it is open and visit to the holders of the brotherhood of the expiration
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  • Located opposite the Town Hall, the most striking of this church is the beautiful baroque facade (dating from 1708) which leads to a small courtyard which gives access to the same, work of the 15th century, which has undergone several renovations. For many years it housed the image of Nuestra Señora de las Angustias, work of Juan de Mesa 1627, and which is currently in the Church of San Agustín. We were lucky to find it open, but found absolutely no information about visiting hours.
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  • Magnificent Church whose origin is renonta to Fernando III. The Church was part of the Dominican convent of San Pablo and completed in the 15th century; the Church has 3 naves with pointed arches and Mudéjar coffered ceiling. Now parents managed her old Claretianos.Del convent and preserves as well as the Church, the Chapter House now dedicated by the City Council to cultural space; It also preserves part of the cloister that is integrated at the entrance to the Ministry of culture.
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  • One of the most monumental of the ferdinandine churches of Córdoba.
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