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Córdoba The Mosque of Córdoba (Mezquita de Córdoba) is considered nowadays as one of the major treasures of the Arabic-Andalusian art and a key monument in the Spanish-Arabic architecture from the Caliphal period.
Burgos The Burgos Cathedral is one of the most beautiful and perhaps, one of the most representative cathedrals in the country. In a Gothic style, it was founded by the bishop Mauricio. Its majestic proportions and its exterior, as admirable as its interior,...
Segovia The Alcázar of Segovia was built in the junction of the rivers Eresma and Clamores. Many people believe that the fortification comes from the Roman times. The building is divided into two nucleuses. The first one consists of a Juan Herrera´ s courtyard...
Mérida It was built in 16- 15 B.C. and was donated by the Roman Emperor Marco Agripa (Emperor Augusto´ s son in law). It dates from the same time as the foundation of Emerita Augusta. It suffers several changes in I and II Centuries A.C.
Bilbao The museum was designed by the North American architect Frank o. Gehry, and it is located in a 32,500 m2 plot alongside the Nervion River, that is to say that it is located 16 meters under the elevation of the city of Bilbao, and that it is crossed in...
Toledo It is a Toledo symbolic building that has grown at the same time as the town, having its oldest origins in Roman times. It is located on a hill, being its location an important strategic point, developing different functions through the years.