CÓRDOBA

Laura Romero
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HISTORY OF CORDOBA
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HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE
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Olives
Stews typical of Cordoba

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MOST IMPORTANT STORY
OF CORDOBA
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Cordoba is a city in Andalucia, Spain, situated
on the banks of de Guadalquivir an...
MOST IMPORTANT STORY
OF CORDOBA
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Today is a medium sized city, in which we can
still see old buildings whit architect...
MOST IMPORTANT STORY
OF CORDOBA
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Its historic center was declared a World
Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, but
ten years...
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HISTORY

During the government of Abderraman I, began
to build the Great Mosque of Cordoba, on the
basis of the Basilic...
HISTORY
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In 1236 Ferdinand III
took the city and
during the reign of
Alfonso XI built the
Synagogue of
Cordoba. It al...
HISTORIC
ARCHITECTURE
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Notably, the most important building and
symbol of the city, the Cathedral-Mosque
of Cordoba and ...
HISTORIC
ARCHITECTURE
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From de Roman era can also be found
beneath the Roman Theatre
Archaeological and Ethnological Mus...
HISTORIC
ARCHITECTURE
 Near Mosque, site of the old Jewish

quarter consists of many irregular
streets, such as Calleja d...
GASTRONOMY
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The cuisine of Cordoba is fed mainly by products of the
field and its valley and the Sierra from which ...
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  1. 1. CÓRDOBA Laura Romero
  2. 2. INDEX  HISTORY OF CORDOBA      HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE        Olives Stews typical of Cordoba PARTIES      Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba Roman era The old Jewry The Alcazar Roman Wall GASTRONOMY   Basic history of Cordoba Situation of Cordoba Size and population of the city Old town Easter week Carnival Battle of Flowers The May Cordobes
  3. 3. MOST IMPORTANT STORY OF CORDOBA    Cordoba is a city in Andalucia, Spain, situated on the banks of de Guadalquivir and the foothills of Sierra Morena. It's the third city in Andalusia, toth in size and in population, only behind Sevilla and Malaga. It has about 329.000 inhabitants (three hundred and twenty-nine thousand).
  4. 4. MOST IMPORTANT STORY OF CORDOBA   Today is a medium sized city, in which we can still see old buildings whit architectural elements when Cordoba was the capital of the province Baetica during the Roman Empire and the Caliphate of Cordoba during de Muslim period. In the tenth century had as many as one million inhabitants, the largest city and cultivated worldwide.
  5. 5. MOST IMPORTANT STORY OF CORDOBA  Its historic center was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, but ten years before had been the MosqueCathedral of Cordoba.
  6. 6.  HISTORY During the government of Abderraman I, began to build the Great Mosque of Cordoba, on the basis of the Basilica of San Vicente Martir, temple shared by Muslims and Christians should thereafter raise his church on the outskirts of the city. It claimed that the Mosque was kept Muhammad's arm and became a place of pilgrimage for Muslims.
  7. 7. HISTORY   In 1236 Ferdinand III took the city and during the reign of Alfonso XI built the Synagogue of Cordoba. It also begins to build the Alcazar of the Christian Kings. Today is one of the best preserved cities of Spain, with extensive historic center, declared World Heritage Site.
  8. 8. HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE  Notably, the most important building and symbol of the city, the Cathedral-Mosque of Cordoba and current cathedral, which alongside the magnificent Roman Bridge, are the best know facet of the city.
  9. 9. HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE  From de Roman era can also be found beneath the Roman Theatre Archaeological and Ethnological Museum of Cordoba. It also preserves the Amphitheatre.
  10. 10. HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE  Near Mosque, site of the old Jewish quarter consists of many irregular streets, such as Calleja de las Flores and Calleja Handkerchief, where you can visit the Synagogue and Sephardic House.
  11. 11. GASTRONOMY    The cuisine of Cordoba is fed mainly by products of the field and its valley and the Sierra from which comes their livestock, as well as the southern part of its olive oil. All these qualitu ingredients, make the cuisine of Cordoba, cuisine casseroles and stews. As we highlight typical plates salmorejo, flamenquines, bull tail, lamb with honey or artichokes to “Montilla” and most typical dessert cake Cordoba, which is a puff pastry filled with “hair angel”.

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