Calle Cabezas
From the Portillo Arch, this narrow street leads past the fortress-tower of the House of the Marquises of El Carpio. The street got its...
Calle Claudio Marcelo
This street is one of the main thoroughfares of the city, and marks the dividing line between the old city and modern Cordoba. It was...
Calle Cruz Conde
This is one of Cordoba's main streets, containing the best-known shops in the city. It was opened in 1926, when José Cruz Conde was...
Calle de la Feria
Since 1862, this street has also been known as Calle San Fernando, after the Christian king who retook Cordoba, but its popular name has...
Calle Gondomar
This street is named after the Counts of Gondomar, who had their family home here, and a number of modernist buildings are preserved here,...
Calleja de la Hoguera (Alley of the Bonfire)
 Situated close by the Mosque-Cathedral, this winding alleyway dating from Moslem times links the streets of Deanes and...
Calleja de las Flores (Alley of the Flowers)
In the Heart of the Jewish Quarter, not far from the Mosque-Cathedral, we find this charming little street, which everyone who visits...
Calleja del Pañuelo (Alley of the Handkerchief)
The Alley of the Handkerchief, just next to the Mosque-Cathedral, is a must for every visitor to Cordoba. The alleyway starts off from the...
Cuesta del Bailío (Cordoba - Spain)
Cuesta del Bailío (The Bailio Steps)
The central street calle Alfaros leads to the street named Cuesta del Bailío (the Bailio Steps), which was originally one of the...
Gran Capitán Boulevard
The street we know nowadays as the Boulevard of Gran Capitán was originally intended as a pedestrian walkway, and was only later...
Plaza de Capuchinos (Cordoba - Spain)
Plaza de Capuchinos
The first impression which strikes the visitor on entering the popular square Plaza de Capuchinos is of an austere design, with the plain,...
Plaza de la Corredera
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Plaza de las Tendillas (Cordoba  - Spain)
Plaza de las Tendillas
This square is now considered as the city’s main square, and has existed in its present form since the 1920s. Subsequently remodelled...
Plaza de los Aguayo
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Plaza de Maimónides
The square Plaza de Maimónides, just next to that of Cardenal Salazar, contains, on one of its corners, the Baroque house Casa de...
Plaza de Tiberíades
In the heart of the Jewish Quarter just next to the Synagogue, in calle Judíos, there is a small square containing the Monument to...
Plaza del Cardenal Salazar
This square is right in the centre of the Jewish Quarter. Its most emblematic building is the former Agudos Provincial Hospital, founded by...
Plaza del Potro
Situated in the district of the Axerquia, the square gets its name from the Renaissance fountain in the middle, whose main decorative...