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This chapel, once the parish church of San Bartolome, now forms part of the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, the former Cardinal Salazar hospital, and is a splendid example of Mudejar architecture, built between the 14th and 15th centuries
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Calle Averroes s/n | Anexa a Facultad de Filosofia y Letras, 14004 Cordoba, Spain
In a country that expelled or converted all its Jews by 1492, and in which the current national Jewish population is guesstimated to be maybe 40,000, the tourism officials have now discovered that playing up a Jewish historical connection draws tourists. Problem is there is...More
Located in the old jewish quarter, this tiny chapel is surprisingly and beautifully decorated in mudejar style with pretty blue and green tones and finely sculpted walls. A fantastic tree stands in the small patio. Quick but charming visit.
Passing beneath an arched entryway framed by decorative mouldings,I got in a small courtyard flanked by an arcade - as a matter of fact, the anteroom to the chapel.Walking inside out of sheer curiosity, I could hardly repress my astonishment as such beauty in such...More
As reviews note, this is tiny. It is a small courtyard and an interior room. On a winter Monday, the entry was 1.50, which we felt was fair. Spent some time sitting and admiring the intricate tile work, total visit was about 20 minutes.
This chapel was built between the 14th and 15th centuries and is an example of Mudejar architecture. The tiles are beautiful but, if you are heading to Granada to see the Alhambra, it probably isn't worth your while to pay the entry fee here for...More
This church is so highly rated on TA, I was expecting much more than a church containing a courtyard and a chapel. The tiles in the chapel are in good condition, but the rest of the chapel is in a dilapidated state. Most of the...More