Consorcio de Turismo de Córdoba
Calahorra tower, next to the Roman bridge. Cordoba.
The defence of the honour of the family
It was built by Henry II of Trastámara as a means of defence against his brother Peter I (Peter the Cruel). It lies on what was once an Arabian castle.
It has a Latin cross plan with three arms formed by square towers joined by quarter cylinders and finished off with crenellations. It comprises of 8 rooms and houses the three cultures museum. It lies next to the Roman bridge and has been the site of many a battle. It houses the Museo Vivo de Al-Andalus (Al-Andalus Living Museum), by the Paradigma Cordoba Foundation.
- Konstruksjon: Tower
- Kunsthistorisk periode: Gothic
- Historisk periode: 14th century
- Omgivelser: Roman bridge.
- Fra 01 okt til 30 apr
Fra Mandag til SøndagFra 10:00 til 18:00
- Fra 01 mai til 30 sep
Fra 10:00 til 14:00 Fra 16:30 til 20:30
- Lukkedager: Monday
- Generelt: 4,50€
- Redusert: 3€