Córdoba’s most famous monument, and perhaps one of the most unique buildings in the world, is the Mezquita. This mosque was constructed ... More by the emir Abd ar-Rahman in the tenth century. In the centre of the mosque is a Renaissance cathedral that dates back to the sixteenth century.
Some of the other famous monuments in the city include the Medina Azahara, Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, Puente Romano, Viana Palace and Iglesias Fernandinas. The Carnival is celebrated every year in the month of February with a lot of fanfare.
It is situated at the foot of the Sierra Morena, alongside the banks of the Guadalquivir River.
It has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild winters. In summers, temperatures can reach up to 36°C, and in winters, they rarely fall below 13°C.
The city has a population of approximately 330,000 people. This Spanish city was founded by the Romans and was a major port in those days. ... More It later became the western capital of the Moorish kings until it was re-conquered by Christian rulers in the thirteenth century. The influences of the diverse cultures that ruled Córdoba are still visible in the unique architecture of its buildings and in the flourishing arts and traditions of its people.
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