Romen Temple of Cordoba
It is believed that the Romen Temple of Cordoba is one of several temples that existed in the city in the past, but it is the only one that still exists between them, as it is believed to be the most important among them, and besides being part of the regional forum at the time alongside Together with the Circus Maximus, it was also a place used for worship by the Emperor. It should be noted that the dimensions of the temple whose remains were discovered in the fifties of the twentieth century are (32 meters x 16 meters), knowing that its construction began during the period between two years (41-54 AD), and took nearly 40 years.
Santa Marina Church
The building of the Santa Marina Church (English: Santa Marina Church) returns to an order from King Ferdinand III in the second half of the thirteenth century, and this church is considered one of the most important tourist destinations in the Spanish city of Cordoba. It should be noted that during the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, two earthquakes and a fire occurred, except that it managed to survive, which necessitated its restoration, and undertook extensive renovations.Read:How tourism can become a strategic sector
The Botanical Gardens in Cordoba, which was opened in 1987, occupies a place among the tourist destinations in the city. These gardens cover an area of 100,000 square meters and include thousands of types of trees, plants, and museums that illustrate the development of plants throughout the ages. And the way people use it, and the shade provided by these gardens reduces the heat in the summer.
Great Mosque of Cordoba
Córdoba’s great mosque is considered one of the most wonderful Islamic monuments in the world, with its wide areas, and its serenity with reverence, in addition to its minaret, which had a great impact on the architecture of Islamic minarets throughout the entire Western Islamic world, and the mosque was distinguished by arches Wonderful architectural design. It is recalled that the mosque was expanded several times by the Muslim caliphs, namely: Abd al-Rahman II, the second ruling, and al-Mansur, until it reached an area of about 14,400 square meters.Read:Here is the best three-day tourist program in Sri Lanka