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This is a tiny synagogue (they had to be small, by royal decree) which was rediscovered in the19th century. If you are not familiar with either synagogue or Mudejar architecture it is worth reading a little about it online or in a guidebook. There is...More
The synagogue in Cordoba is a single small room with antechamber and entrance courtyard. Admission is free, but the visit to the highly decorated main room will take no more than 10 minutes and the information on site is limited. All the same it is...More
It is small and only one of three pre Inquisition mosques left in Spain. The other two are in Toledo. It is very small and the theory is that it belonged to a private family. It is small, but if you read the information on...More
A small Synagogue, one of only three pre Inquisition remaining in Spain. Well restored/maintained, a little bit of descriptive information. Not architecturally significant. If the topic of Spain's former Jewish population isn't of interest, probably not worth a stop. If it is, in combination with...More
This is one of three remaining medieval Synagogues left in Spain. The other two are in Toledo. It is very small and there is only a small portion of the decorations left in the Synagogue. Considering how important Cordoba was to the Sephardic Jews if...More
Sinagoga is said to be one of only three surviving medieval Jewish synagogues in Spain but don't get your hopes up as there very little to see. It's just a smallish room with some carved work restored on the walls and takes 5 minutes. Historically...More