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This statue sits atop a very high a pillar raised on a pedestal. Indeed, the statue is so high you... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2018
Dan L
Bunbury, Australia

This monument is quite detailed and not your average statue or set of statues. You cannot miss it... read more

Reviewed 6 February 2018
Susan V
Johannesburg, South Africa
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Reviewed 26 May 2018

This statue sits atop a very high a pillar raised on a pedestal. Indeed, the statue is so high you need binoculars to have a decent look at how it has been sculptured and maybe gain a better appreciation. Its origins date to the 17th....More

Thank Dan L
Reviewed 18 May 2018

This is a great landmark that you will constantly pass by. It is a very odd towering sculpture. It looks finished towards the bottom and looks sparse, almost naked midway up as if the sculptor was running out of money and then the top looks...More

Thank Bross24
Reviewed 4 April 2018

This statue is located on a small square with a fountain next to the gate "Puerta del Puente" It is a statue of the victory of San Rafael on a pedestal high in the sky. It's nice to take a rest here after half day...More

Thank Solodam J
Reviewed 6 February 2018

This monument is quite detailed and not your average statue or set of statues. You cannot miss it as it is next to the Mosque.

Thank Susan V
Reviewed 29 January 2018

This monumental column is a tribute to St. Rafael, the patron saint of the city. The column is located in the Plaza del Triunfo right between the Mezquita and the Roman bridge. As it's located in a plaza, there's also a small fountain and of...More

Thank macedonboy
Reviewed 24 January 2018

If you had for the Roman Bridge and pass thru the arch, you will likely see this monument, Kind of interesting to see, but not much to describe what it is you are seeing. I caught a picture at night with the entry arch, then...More

Reviewed 20 December 2017

Not too sure if it is called a statue or a monument ? Either way it is a monumental statue dedicated to Saint Rafael and is a lovely piece. We sat in the shade for a short respite on a really hot day and admired...More

Thank Skeney57
Reviewed 23 October 2017

When you're approaching Mezquita, you can't avoid this monument, erected to St Rafael. People of Cordoba believed, that their guardian angel Raphael saved them from the plagues. Who believes in what finds salvation in it. It stands just a few steps away from Puerta del...More

1  Thank stinkwink
Reviewed 23 October 2017

This monument is in a square between the Mezquita and the Roman Bridge so its hard to miss but worth taking a few minutes to admire. I'm not clear about what San Rafael triumphed over but the Spanish love building monuments and this one is...More

Thank jmeem42016
Reviewed 17 October 2017

This attractive monument stands in a plaza near the Roman Bridge and the Puerta del Puente. You will probably walk past it several during your stay in Cordoba.

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