Catedral de Córdoba

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Catedral de Córdoba.
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This is a photo of a monument indexed in the Spanish heritage register of Bienes de Interés Cultural under the reference RI-51-0000034.

The Mosque-cathedral of Cordoba was at one time the second largest mosque in the world in Córdoba, Spain. Built in 780 upon the remains of the Basilica of San Vicente (s. VI), it became a Roman Catholic cathedral again since 1236.

External views[edit]

West facade[edit]

East facade[edit]

North facade[edit]

South facade[edit]

Aerial views[edit]

Minaret and Patio de los Naranjos[edit]

North side of Patio[edit]

South side of Patio[edit]

Inner views[edit]

Pillars forest[edit]


Main gallery: Category:Mihrab of the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba.


Main gallery: Category:Maqsura of the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba.

Capilla de Villaviciosa (antigua Capilla Mayor)[edit]

Capilla del Sagrario[edit]

Cathedral core[edit]

Capilla Mayor[edit]

Transepto y Crucero[edit]



Capilla Real[edit]

Capilla de Santa Teresa y tesoro[edit]

Capilla de San Clemente[edit]

Capilla de San Bartolomé[edit]

Capilla de San Bernabé[edit]

Capilla de San Ambrosio[edit]

Capilla de los Santos Simón y Judas[edit]

Capilla de la Concepción[edit]



Museo de San Clemente[edit]

Museo de San Vicente[edit]

Dome interiors[edit]

Stained glass windows[edit]


System-search.svgSee also: Córdoba, Spain, Provincia de Córdoba and Andalucía.
This place is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed as Historic Centre of Cordoba.

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