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Catedral de Córdoba

cathedral in Córdoba, Spain
(Redirected from Mezquita de Córdoba)
Catedral de Córdoba.
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This is a photo of a monument indexed in the Spanish heritage register of Bienes de Interés Cultural under the reference RI-51-0000034.

The Mosque-cathedral of Cordoba was at one time the second largest mosque in the world in Córdoba, Spain. Built in 780 upon the remains of the Basilica of San Vicente (s. VI), it became a Roman Catholic cathedral again since 1236.

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External viewsEdit

West facadeEdit

East facadeEdit

North facadeEdit

South facadeEdit

Aerial viewsEdit

Minaret and Patio de los NaranjosEdit

North side of PatioEdit

South side of PatioEdit

Inner viewsEdit

Pillars forestEdit

MihrabEdit

Main gallery: Category:Mihrab of the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba.

MaqsuraEdit

Main gallery: Category:Maqsura of the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba.

Capilla de Villaviciosa (antigua Capilla Mayor)Edit

Capilla del SagrarioEdit

Cathedral coreEdit

Capilla MayorEdit

Transepto y CruceroEdit

CoroEdit

TrascoroEdit

Capilla RealEdit

Capilla de Santa Teresa y tesoroEdit

Capilla de San ClementeEdit

Capilla de San BartoloméEdit

Capilla de San BernabéEdit

Capilla de San AmbrosioEdit

Capilla de los Santos Simón y JudasEdit

Capilla de la ConcepciónEdit

TombsEdit

MuseumsEdit

Museo de San ClementeEdit

Museo de San VicenteEdit

Dome interiorsEdit

Stained glass windowsEdit

OthersEdit


 

This place is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed as Historic Centre of Cordoba.


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