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Puerta del Almodovar

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Puerta del Almodovar

472 Reviews
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Martyn Cymro wrote a review Jul 2020
Coimbra, Portugal2,881 contributions367 helpful votes
Puerta del Almodovar is a gateway, set in the old town wall. Pass through it and you enter the Juderia, or Jewish Quarter. It's a nice start to your visit and there are a number of cafés a few metres ahead after you pass through. Alternatively, you could follow the old city wall from the gateway down Calle Cairuan and enter via another gateway or continue on to the river.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Dimitris L wrote a review May 2020
Sydney, Australia17,257 contributions56,937 helpful votes
Puerta del Almodovar is what remains of an old city gate. This gate is one of several that the city had around its medieval protective walls. This particular gate dates to around the 10th century, but it has been rebuilt once or twice. Originally it was the Moors who constructed it and then the Christians in the 14th century, when they re-took control of the city. The name of the gate comes from the fact it led to (or from) the city of Almodova, a few kilometres from Cordoba.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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GeorgeFMarkhamON wrote a review Nov 2019
Toronto, Canada2,916 contributions978 helpful votes
By looking closely at the agte, you can see the differing architectural styles and techniques that went into its construction. Roman-solid blocks. Moorish-dirt and bricks. Christian- reused slabs and concrete.
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Date of experience: October 2019
KarenM1_10 wrote a review Nov 2019
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan698 contributions228 helpful votes
This is the entrance to the Jewish Quarter. The wall is very well preserved and you can’t help marvel at the impressive architecture. We walked along the entire wall since there are many points where you can enter the city.
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Date of experience: October 2019
PJJBDVLJ wrote a review Oct 2019
Aylesbury, United Kingdom107 contributions26 helpful votes
Lovely tranquil part of Cordoba. Not all the ponds had water in but it was easy to imagine how nice this place would be. Good place for photos of the city walls.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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