Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba

The Mezquita-Catedral de Córdoba was founded in 786, at the time, the second largest mosque behind the mosque of Mecca. In 1238, after the Christian reconquest of the city, the building was consecrated as a cathedral. Today, the whole is the most important monument of Cordoba. It is one of the 12 treasures of Spain and a UNESCO site.

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Córdoba Synagogue

The Synagogue in Cordoba was built n 1315 in the Jewish quarter of Cordoba, Spain. It is decorated in accordance with Mudejar tradition. It is the only synagogue in Cordoba to escape destruction during years of persecution. It no longer functions as a place of worship, but it is open to the public.

Iglesia de San Pablo

The church of San Pablo was the church of the former Dominican convent from San Pablo built between the thirteenth and sixteenth centuries. Additions have been introduced such as the 18th century main portal and the Chapel of the Virgin of the Rosary.