Hotel Mariano

Avenida de Cadiz, 60, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14013, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida de Cadiz, 60, Córdoba, is near Great Cathedral and Mosque (Mezquita de Cordoba), Calleja de las Flores, Sinagoga, and El Cardenal.
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    Travel Blogs from Córdoba

    Love Affair with Everywhere--Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by lifeasanomad on May 26, 2014

    11 photos

    ... calligraphy carvings mounted on the wall. As you enter, the mosque area is distinct with arches and columns and perfect symmetry. As you continue through the beautiful space towards the area that holds the archives of the time of Muslim rule you pass through/under the cathedral area, a stark contrast in architecture and of course religious symbols, and end up surrounded by columns again. As you carry on, you end up in the actual cathedral where ...

    Being lost in Cordoba isn't so bad

    A travel blog entry by lostinspain2014 on Feb 15, 2014

    2 comments, 59 photos

    ... lack of oxygen to the brain. Anyways, when i say that cordoba is built around roman ruins, i literally mean that they didn't alter the ruins a bit, they literally just plopped buildings on top of them. its a bit amazing.

    today, i further explored cordoba with her parents. we walked all around, and the following is what i saw:

    1. an old university campus, which is now a block of offices still with something to do with the ...

    Islam 0, Christians 1

    A travel blog entry by pjf000 on Sep 08, 2013

    3 comments, 102 photos

    ... but we could see through the cracks that there were some people inside. At that very moment a Spaniard walked up to the gate and knocked hard. The gate opened and after some Spanish intercourse, the man entered. Before the gate could close I approached the gate keeper and babbled away in my best Australian whilst pointing to my camera. The gateman looked at me quizzically. He either thought I was a crazy man or just someone on a mission. A few ...

    Southern Spain

    A travel blog entry by psing on Jun 16, 2013

    1 comment

    ... br>
    The bullfighting museum was an unexpected highlight. It's one of the most visited monuments in Seville. Our tour guide was very passionate about its significance in Spanish culture. The ring is surprisingly small but no doubt this adds to the intimacy of the event. Originally built in 1761 a visit here gives you a pretty good insight into the history and evolution of the bullfighting art in Spain. There's great photos, artworks, clothing, capes and ...

    For whom the rain blows !

    A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Mar 14, 2013

    5 photos

    ... us to park up near the Mosque which is, according to Señora, the biggest this side of Mecca. Sat nav primed, we set off at a rate of knots; down, up, around and over undulating countryside. Señora notices signs on field gates showing what she thinks is a lost cat. Apparently, the cat's not lost but an Andalusian Lynx, an endangered species. They want to re-introduce it in the area. Why??? this goes against my sole purpose in life - total cat eradication. ...