Slow tourism: History and Legends of Cordoba
Guided tours for small gropus, For Families they want to know more about Cordoba
The seventeenth century, a century characterized by social riots, epidemics, crop failures, and the expulsion of the Moors from the Spain, which were field labors. The crisis also affected to Córdoba, but did not stop the splendor of the city that continue rising as the previous century. In this century beautiful buildings were built as palaces, churches, houses, et Starting this walk throught Cordoba of the XVIIIc , we highlight the House of the Marquis de la Vega de Armijo, former mansion of the Mecia de la Cerda. The house rooms are around a main courtyard. This structure will be repeated in many constructions and we can see it in the Festival of the Patios de Córdoba.
The former Palace of Las Quemadas, old house of Fernández de Mesa y Argote, now the Academy of Drama and Dance, recommend go in and see the two floors of the building around two courtyards.
The House Museum of Luis de Góngora, La Casa Solarega, La Casa Fuente dos Caños. Public constructions in Córdoba ,visit the Square Corredera, with the House of Jacinta in one corner which stopped the uniformity of the square.
As a religious architecture, huge heritage of this century in the city. The ancient Church of San Basilio, today Parish of Nuestra señora de la Paz, was saved from the expropriation in the nineteenth century, due it was part of The Cathedral Church.
The Bishop Palace, also Diocesan Museum, Maninerist style, whose origin is Visigoth. The Church of San Pedro de Alcántara and the Convent of Santa Ana, (Thanks to a house donated by the Marquis of El Carpio and donations seven nuns founded it in the XVII C. )
For this route legend of Córdoba, and not far from the historic center of The Cathedral Mosque , we need about two hours and good shoes, ready to see something different.