"Mezquita de Cordoba" Cathedral / Mosque Tip by Carmela71
Cathedral / Mosque, Córdoba: 133 reviews and 321 photos
Originally it was a roman temple dedicated to Janus, then a visigothic church, converted in one of the biggest Mosques that later was converted in a Cathedral. The catholics first closed it so they could have chapels on the sides, but later on when Carlos V allowed to destroy a third of the columns to make a proper cathedral inside with a royal Chapel.
It is the third-biggest mosque in the world and has so many different styles, some of them are roman, gothic, Byzantine, Mudejar, Baroque, Renaissance, Persian and Syrian?.
So I will only tell you, that the entrance is 6,50 Euros, that I founded really expensive, but if you go to Cordoba you go to visit this Mosque/Cathedral, so you have to pay it!
Address: Free entrance on Sunday mornings for Religious mas
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