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Museo Baños del Alcázar Califal


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Upper Floor: Lounges

The so-called "Patio de las Mujeres" (the ladies´Patio) Hall of Mosaics Portrait of Alphonse XIII Drawing room The roman sacrophagus Corridor or Gallery

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The four towers are connected by four walls: the North Wall, the East Wall, the South Wall and the West Wall. There are two rooms are attached to the North and South walls; there is also a third one dividing the area of Alcazar running north to south linking both rooms. This one is derived from the division of two courtyards on the central area: the Patio Moriscos (Moorish Courtyard) on the western side and the Patio Mujeres (Women’s Courtyard) on the eastern side.
The Salón de los Mosaicos (Hall of Mosaics) presents a rectangular plan. Inside, it features several mosaics which were discovered during excavations in the city of Córdoba and are now exhibited in this antique chapel. From here there is a wonderful view of the old parade ground and the Women’s Courtyard prison called Patio de mujeres (Women’s Courtyard). During this part of the visit, some other splendid works can be appreciated: A magnificent Roman sarcophagus with a depiction of the gates of the underworld, and a portrait of Alphonse XIII of Spain.

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Alcazar of the Christian Monarchs. Plaza Campo Santo de los Mártires s/n. 14004 Córdoba

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