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/ Cordoba

Cordoba

BY THE GUADALQUIVIR RIVER BANK

There can be no doubt that Córdoba, sheltered by mountains on the banks of the Guadalquivir, is one of the most emblematic cities in Andalusia.

Córdoba is a lively, attractive, enchanting place, full of colour, a rich combination of heritage going back thousands of years and modern development.

Córdoba’s historic centre, which was catalogued as World Heritage in 1994, embraces the Mosque and surrounding area, stretching southwards to the other side of the Guadalquivir with the Roman Bridge and La Calahorra. Moreover, ancient Córdoba is a complex labyrinth of narrow streets, a tightly-packed blend of Roman, Moorish, Jewish and Christian town planning featuring such universally-known images as the white walls contrasting with pots of red geraniums.

Córdoba’s historic centre, which was catalogued as World Heritage in 1994, embraces the Mosque and surrounding area, stretching southwards to the other side of the Guadalquivir with the Roman Bridge and La Calahorra. Moreover, ancient Córdoba is a complex labyrinth of narrow streets, a tightly-packed blend of Roman, Moorish, Jewish and Christian town planning featuring such universally-known images as the white walls contrasting with pots of red geraniums.

Aromatic Cordoban cuisine, with its sage use of olive oil, is definitely Mediterranean. But the Moorish and Jewish cuisine is also well-noted. Amongst the most characteristic dishes here are gazpacho and salomorejo, with their many variants.

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