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the place is a must
it was the location of the meeting I was attending
Beautiful and historical but just freezing ! the breaks took place outside and even in a sunny day we just froze. A bit of organization would overcome the problem
I have found the place on TA and loved the architecture, so i just came to take a pic. The place itself looks good from the outside, but i guess it was closed for visits at this moment as there was no-one around and all...More
Just opposite Plaza Colon,an imposing pinkish façade, richly decorated with nearly life-size inbuilt statues,basking in the warm sunlight of a late October morning arrested my eyesight. There I was standing in front of the very place I had read a lot about, wishing to visit...More
This is away from most of the Cordoba sights but is definitely worth the walk. However who thought it was a good idea to put a wacking great lamppost in front of it making a real challenge for photographs? It's hard enough with the passing...More
At the time when we visited it the palace was closed to public, but it still worth to pass by and see the beautiful architectural stile. It is an art opera, a beauty for the eyes.
And is always on the way from the train...More
We were in area one evening and got to attend a mass. We're not able to see remainder of the building. However, the church is stunningly beautiful, well worth our visit. The walls were pure white and the altar very large and of bright gold.
This is an absolutely beautiful piece of architecture. Unfortunately when we were there, we were told that we could only walk through the inner courtyard. The rest of the Palacio was closed to the public.
I consider the Palacio de la Merced as the most beautiful Baroque building in Cordoba. The chapel is still being restored after a madman set fire to it in the past. It was a former convent, the Convent of La Merced, where Columbus stayed. There...More