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“Fosforito and much more”

Centro Flamenco Fosforito
Ranked #27 of 146 things to do in Cordoba
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed 12 June 2017

The Fosforito museum in Cordoba turns out to be about flamenco singer Antonio Fernandez Diaz, who had that sparkly nickname. Later in his career he sang and made albums with, aong others, Paco de Lucia. And the museum turns out to be part of something more flamenco-comprehensive, La Posada del Potro. Here are extensive and mind-boggling deliberations of the many varieties of flamenco. Yu -American rhythms. This joint is worth hours, if it's your thang.

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Reviewed 7 March 2017

Like many other reviewers we stumbled across the Flamenco Experience, We were told that a convert was about to start and that it was to be free.

We were treated to the most wonderful professional performance in a small upper room with about 80 others from a brilliant guitarist and singer. We didn't understand the words of the songs but they were passionately rendered - the guitarist was brilliant.

I don't know how frequent these concerts are but I would urge anyone to stay and experience one.

2  Thank Andrew_and_Yoko
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

Stumbled across this lovely little building by accident. What an interesting place. Lots of information about flamenco and its history and lots of interactive screens. I especially liked all the old photographs. All for free!!

Thank Jamor
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Reviewed 13 February 2017

We stumbled upon this attraction by accident and really loved the building, built in trh 1400s. It is a well preserved building which provides a great example of life at the time (they sure were shorter than we are!). The Flamenco museum was a secondary interest for us. However, it was well presented and seemed to be of considerable interest to the Spanish folk.

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Reviewed 8 February 2017

Really good to find this beautiful hi-tec museum which was free of charge. Very interactive exhibits - great to find out about flamenco rhythms and guitarists.

Thank cambio
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