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This church is one of the earliest churches built in Cordoba after "los reos catholicos" regained control in Cordoba. We were lucky to enter the church 15 minutes before the start of one of rhe sunday afternoon services (service started at 13:15). The entry is...More
Accidentally stumbled on this church when we were turned away from the free tour. The church is one of the earliest churches built after the reconquista and is a good example of late-Romanesque early-Gothic architecture.
Although we weren't here for Holy Week we did get to see some of the preparations in the San Miguel Church.
The church is beautiful! Gold colour everywhere. For such a small church they really have fitted in a lot of ornate fixtures and the...More
This church was founded by Fernando III in the 13th century. The style is late Romanesque. The church has three naves and was built on top of an old mezquita. The style of the church shows the transition from the Romanesque to the Gothic style....More