Cordoba is a city with an incredible cultural and historical legacy. Its strategic location, close to the once navigable Guadalquivir River, is home to a rich heritage of different people. All cultures that have inhabited this city have left their mark; Romans, Arabs, Jews and Christians had deposited a singular artistic-historical patrimony.
The UNESCO recognized the universal significance of the historic wealth of Cordoba in 1994, extending the title of World Heritage Site not only to the Mosque - Cathedral, but also to the whole city that surrounds it.
In addition, Cordoba is the gastronomical capital of Andalusia, as some of their magnificent chefs have endeavored to combine innovative approaches to traditional dishes from the area.
In Cordoba, the Mosque impresses as one of the most outstanding monuments in the world. Its stunning patios, profusely decorated with flowers, and pink sunsets and quaint streets make a visit to Cordoba and its province is full of surprises well worth the experience.
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