Córdoba Jewish quarter

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With its whitewashed alleyways, flower-decked patios, ornamental wrought-iron work and typical bars, it is impossible to resist the charms of the Judería. Step away from the Mezquita and its hordes of tourists to explore one of Spain's most beautiful medieval districts. Highlights include the Almodóvar gate, the Calle Judíos, the district's most famous street, an Andalucian house (at n°12), and the Casa de Sefarad, a cultural centre dedicated to the memory of Sephardic Jews.

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Faculty of Philosophy and Arts
Faculty of Philosophy and Arts
The Faculty of Philosophy and Arts is in
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Calleja de las Flores
Calleja de las Flores
This narrow arcaded street, typical of
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Calle Judíos
Calle Judíos
Emblematic of the Judería, this street
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Synagogue
Synagogue
This is with the two synagogues in
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Roman Temple
Roman Temple
The elegant white-marble columns, the
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Municipal Bullfighting Museum
Municipal Bullfighting Museum
The museum is in a 16C house, the Casa
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Faculty of Philosophy and Arts
Faculty of Philosophy and Arts
The Faculty of Philosophy and Arts is in
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Calleja de las Flores
Calleja de las Flores
This narrow arcaded street, typical of
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Calle Judíos
Calle Judíos
Emblematic of the Judería, this street
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