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In itself Plaza del Potro is a pretty square with gift shops, a monument to the Archangel Raphael at one end and a working fountain topped by the figure of a colt with its front legs raised holding a sign with the coat of arms...More
We were lucky enough to find lodging right on this cobbled square and could hear the tinkling water from the pretty fountain in our apartment. On the square are two museums - the Museum of Fine Arts and the Flamenco Museum. There are some nice...More
A rather unassuming plaza by Cordoba standards. There's a few small shops, cafes located around the plaza. The Museum of fine arts and a Flamenco museum is also located o the square. There is an interesting little fountain in the square with a prancing horse,...More
The Plaza is home to one of the oldest inns in Spain, one which was immortalised in the book Don Quixote. It was also a marketplace for horses, hence the name Plaza of Colts. One of the many statues of St Raphael can be found...More