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San Pablo Church, Cordoba

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  • The most interesting its rose window in the facade and a mudejar to tieone entering the right capilal.
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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 Church, 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 had the open encontrala seuerte, but I found absolutely no information about visiting hours.
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  • The Church is located near the historic centre, is a building with interesting Gothic-style façade. The Interior is rather standard while harmoniously, it is interesting that the central altar and decoration in the Mudejar style echoes the design and semantic connotation with Mihraboj (niche-a pointer to a Mecca in the mosques), that was no surprise, in the times of the Reconquista, many converted Moors (moriski).
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