This medieval church is close to the town center and can be easily integrated into a walking tour of downtown Cordoba. The Church was constructed between the 13th and 18th century and is primarily of Gothic design with Baroque features and décor.
Distinctive features in the Church include an impressive rose window above the main entrance and a marble altarpiece dating from the 18th century. The walls are lined with 19th century paintings and Baroque sculptures. Look overhead when you step into the baptismal chapel to get a good look the impressive Mudejar cupola overhead.
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