Cordoba, chief town of its province and the most significant city in Andalusia after Seville, lies at the foot of the Sierra de Cordoba, an outlier of the Sierra Morena, in a plain which slopes gently down to the Río Guadalquivir.

Narrow winding streets, small squares and low whitewashed houses, most of them with beautiful Patios which can be admired from the street, give the town a Moorish atmosphere inherited from its past.


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