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This is the only surviving entrance of which there were nine into the walled old town of Cordoba and although much of the wall was built in the Muslim era this one was primarily the work of Christian's and goes back to the 14th century....More
The best way to enter into the old Jewish quarter. The most beautiful thing is the fountain which is just outside the door. It is completely surrounded by beautiful flowers and provide a nice place where to sit and relax during the hot days.
The true is that there is no shortage of interesting places in Cordoba. This is one of the many areas where a visitor must stop for a while and try to feel the history and the beauty of the ancient city.
The fact that you can find this fountain in the middle of the city, surrounded by flowers and flanked by the old city walls and the gate, is something like magical. Try and visit at sunset when the lights are being turned on.
From the train station, I walked through the Jardines de la Victoria and arrived here, which is the entrance gate to the Jewish quarter. The ancient arch and gate are imposing and beautiful for photo taking. Just in front of the gate entrance is a...More