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San Pablo Church, Cordoba

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  • We were strolling and found this small church nearby the Roman temple. Inside, you can visit two small and nice chapels.  more »
  • On the way to the Roman Temple we pass by this nice church. The entrance is a gate between 2 town houses and only the statue on the top of the gate identify it as a spiritual site. As you pass the gat...  more »
  • The San Pablo is church in the first place but also a former convent, which is situated in the “Calle Capitulares”, and you can recognize it on his street entrance who seems to be a city gate like the...  more »
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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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  • Its facade is best original 14th century
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