Maestre

Address: Calle Romero Barros 4-6, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14003, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Córdoba

    Great places

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jun 03, 2015

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... around the fascinating
    town. The most magnificent site is the Mezquita, which is a mosque with a cathedral inside. The old Jewish quarter is also interesting – a maze of narrow streets and small squares.
    There was also a museum showing the torture instruments used during the Spanish ...

    THE MEZQUITA

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 30, 2015

    6 photos

    ... Rather than start one from scratch, the Islamic minaret was by and large covered up, some of its original red colour visible high up.

    It was 1800. As we headed back, there was a procession [Christ dragging the cross] on the Roman bridge heading our way so we waited for more pix of fraternity brothers in burgundy hats leading the way. This was small Corboda and we had a front row seat to the passage, close enough to see five men across six deep moved the ...

    Happy Thanksgiving from Cordoba, Spain!

    A travel blog entry by happyronin on Nov 27, 2014

    1 comment, 58 photos

    ... and we were very close to the stage. We enjoyed a glass of sangria and some local pastries.

    There were four performers on the small stage- a female and male dancer, a singer and a guitarist. There was so much energy from each of the performers and it was really interesting to learn how they all interacted with each other at each moment. The guitarist and the singer worked together, playing off each other. Sometimes the singer would set the pace and the ...

    My Favorite Memory from Twenty Years Ago

    A travel blog entry by bjbromberg on May 11, 2014

    27 photos

    ... adorable, holding about six tables inside in the cool. Our table had a reserved sign on it and they gave us a bowl of the best olives I had ever eaten -- all grown in Cordoba. I would love to have bought some, but it was a big, big jar and no one wanted to carry it -- surprise! Do notice the most festive ever glasses of sangria!








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    Cordoba at a run

    A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 12, 2013

    24 photos

    ... walked from the gardens up wide paved roads amidst buildings made to aggrandise dudes of huge clerical and political importance. I mean they were really important, you can tell, everything is big, carved, decorated and, did I say big? Our destination, the Mesquite was built in 784 by the Moorish rulers, and later, when the Catholics took the city back, they inserted a large cathedral in the middle of the Muslim creation. The mosque was built with 1293 ...