Córdoba musulmana. Capitale di Al Andalus

Riesci a immaginare una città in cui ogni tuo passo sembra essere in un racconto delle Mille e una notte? E che ha anche 4 nomi UNESCO? E dove si respira ovunque il profumo dell’arte, della cultura e della scienza degli antichi Omayyadi di Damasco? Questa è la tua Cordoba musulmana.

 

Description

– We will start by visiting the ancient Aljama Mosque (8th-10th centuries), consecrated as a cathedral in 1236. Besides talking about art, culture and history, we will take you through the magical world that surrounds it. One of the most exciting monuments in the world, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984.

– Street of Flowers

– Casa Arabe, with contemporary art exhibitions (closed in the afternoon from July 1 to September 15).

– Historic center and old Jewish quarter, with intimate white and labyrinthine streets, whose layout was shared by Jews, Christians and Muslims.

– Arab Baths of Santa Maria (exterior)

– S Juan Minaret

– Almodóvar Gate

– Kairouan Street and monument to Averroes.

– Baths of the Caliphal Alcazar (closed in the afternoon from July 1st to September 15th)

– Monument to Wallada and Ibn Zaydun (the lovers)

– Albucasis Street

– Monument to Al Gafequi

– Artisan souk and monument to Maimones

– We will finish at the door of the Andalusi House, where we will make a short introduction. It includes entrance to make the visit on your own. This space invites you to be quiet, investigate, deepen and feel the authentic soul of Al Andalus.

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