Cortijo San Francisco

Address: Camino de Puerto Rubio (C.P.209) Km 9, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14920, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Camino de Puerto Rubio (C.P.209) Km 9, Córdoba.
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    Travel Blogs from Córdoba

    Day 15-17: Exploring Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 25, 2021

    127 photos

    ... conflict or losing their identity. And now, I come to Cordoba. A city that 700 years ago was a model for progress and development. And, though it was ruled by Muslims, it was a city where the three monotheistic faiths lived in harmony. Then, when the Christians took over, the era of tolerance ended and Jews and Muslims were forced to either flee, convert or die. Now I want to learn, what secrets did this Middle Age civilization have that it seems even now we have a ...

    Cordoba - Elegant Capital of Spain Under the Moors

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 11, 2015

    136 photos

    ... suspicious of place as one full of bolshy proletarians and
    student ideologues continually on strike, parasites always in envy of and
    seeking to raid the pockets of those more productive and prosperous than themselves.
    But the image I formed from the info I read is far from the reality and Cordoba
    is not Moscow on the Guadalquivir. The reality is the city is wonderful and
    strongly preserves its cultural heritage despite its lefty leanings.

    My ...

    Walking into a Wonder

    A travel blog entry by spain-2014 on May 28, 2014

    5 photos

    ... it was forgotten. Just a tenth of the site has been excavated. The marble carvings that were produced here are distinctive, because of the use of drills to cut away the stone and create a sinuous pattern from what was left which appears to overlay the form beneath rather like lace. Reused stones from Madinet al-Zahra have found their way across Spain and in the Middle East. This we discovered at the museum; huge, mostly underground and of a disagreeable, ...

    Being lost in Cordoba isn't so bad

    A travel blog entry by lostinspain2014 on Feb 15, 2014

    2 comments, 59 photos

    ... christina, and Maria Victoria went out for lunch. i dont remember the name of the place we ate, but they had authentic salsa and i was famished so i enjoyed it. After that, we went around and hung out at a park. Not something i would really do at my home with my friends, but who am i to judge? so i took the opportunity to act like a 6 year old and i played on the swing set and the teetor totter. Ana had english academy, so i went with friends to the ...

    Religious History Day

    A travel blog entry by haspain on Jul 20, 2013

    28 photos

    ... Christ of the Lanterns) on the way back to the hotel.

    Andrew's Additions:
    The inquisition torture implement museum wasn't poorly done (like a Niagara falls wax museum) but it didn't really have any information on the politics, etc. It really just showed the different weapons and how they were built but not how the inquisition came to be. The Casa de Sefarad Museum gave better explanations...still very difficult to understand, especially ...