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As others have said, not much to it but decent photo opportunity when passing. We returned at night with some left over steak from dinner & fed the kitties who came from all directions & were very grateful- only wished we had more!!
This old waterwheel stands among ancient ruins and dates to the Moorish period. It was built under orders of Abd al-Rahman II to carry river water up to the Alcazar Palace and Gardens. It was removed by order of Queen Isabella but later rebuilt. It...More
You don't need to find the ruin of this water mill. You will see it when you walk along the water to the direction of the roman bridge. The wheel self is still oke but it is out of the axle and the area is...More
Stuck at the side of the river below the Roman Bridge and near the Alcazar, this stands testament to the industry of years gone by. Probably by the Monks in the nearby erstwhile monastery. Now home to a family of Siamese cats, who people obviously...More
These are the ruins of a Moorish era watermill a on a small island in the river Guadalquivir a short distance downstream from the Roman bridge. It was built to take water to the gardens of the nearby Alcazar Palace and reflects the advance engineering...More
Thisw windmill is one of those medieval windmills that used to be seen on all the main rivers in the Andalusia. It is more than unique for being preserved and enjoyed in Córdoba, even if it is really just to be taken picture of. You...More