This church is a must-see for anyone interested in Medieval Cordoban architecture. Extensive and meticulous restoration have revived part of the structure but work is still ongoing. Notable features include a triple-arched portico over the main entrance and an intricate rose window. The Church also has a tower, a remnant of the days when the Church was a mosque with the standard minaret for daily prayers. The tower has been revamped since its minaret days and it's design recalls another famous tower in Seville.
Visitors can find the church in the neighborhood of the same name.
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