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Majestic gate

Just next to the famous Mezquita Cathedral, this huge gate is at one end of the Roman bridge... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
LG_Kay
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Singapore, Singapore
Gateway to the City

We didn’t really notice this at first as we were too busy going to the Tourist Office to get a map... read more

Reviewed June 5, 2018
margareth700
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Holmfirth, United Kingdom
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Reviewed yesterday

It’s a great spot to take photos and stay a little longer while enjoying the view, the Roman bridge and the Cordoba magnificent entrance

Thank Daleman71
Reviewed 5 days ago

Just next to the famous Mezquita Cathedral, this huge gate is at one end of the Roman bridge, complementing the Torre De Calahorra at the other end of the Roman bridge. The structure is well preserved. Recommend to cross the bridge and take good photos...More

Thank LG_Kay
Reviewed June 5, 2018

We didn’t really notice this at first as we were too busy going to the Tourist Office to get a map and use their facilities. I had it on my ‘list of places to see’ and did not appreciate it until we came back down...More

Thank margareth700
Reviewed June 1, 2018

This gate has been well kept up as it is an important landmark to the city from days long long past to the roman times alone with the old roman bridge right beside it. It makes it something worth stopping by and checking out and...More

Thank Garrett G
Reviewed June 1, 2018

At the end of the Roman Bridge in front of the Mezquida and therefore difficult to avoid but actually unimpressive enough to ignore. A gate and not a particularly special one. Nicely lit up at night.

Thank felipehavana
Reviewed May 30, 2018

Today it appears as a triumphal arch, but this is a modern invention - originally it was the gateway into the Roman city from the Roman Bridge. A poplular tourist spot with the modern tourist office nearby and, often, with ladies in local dress adding...More

Thank Ian C
Reviewed May 30, 2018

The bridge walk provides an excellent view of the River, the city Walls and vistas. It provides a useful break from the heat of the city and especially early in the morning and late in the evening. Worth a visit as part of your trip

Thank ESVincent
Reviewed May 25, 2018

This gate was extensively rebuilt in 1928 and restored in 2005. Its an important landmark in the city but not as grand or architecturally appealing as the gates that we visited while in Madrid. Nevertheless its still a link with history and nowadays attracts the...More

Thank Dan L
Reviewed April 19, 2018

This is a Renaissance-era gate to the city that was extensively rebuilt in the 20th century. It is located between the Roman Bridge and the Mezquita and therefore forms a useful landmark and meeting point. It looks best at night, so I recommend you go...More

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Reviewed April 13, 2018

This gate is in the Plaza between the Mesquita and the Roman Bridge so you'll have to work really hard to miss it. It's a nice square, with some good views across the river and to the major sites around, but you won't be there...More

Thank Louise090
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