The importance of plants
This museum has a major collection of paleobotanical fossils representing all the geological ages.
Created in 1980, the Museum of Ethnobotany and the Cordoba Botanical Gardens have in their collection a broad representation of Spanish flora, and in particular, the flora of Andalusia. This is a unique setting where you can see how plants have been used traditionally and their benefits for mankind. The plant collections are distributed over various areas: these include an Arboretum, with trees and shrubs from all over the world; a Rose Garden; the School of Botany; the Touch and Smell Garden; the Exhibition Greenhouses, with numerous endemic plants from the Canary Islands; the Ethnobotanical Museum and the Paleobotanical Museum.
Royal Botanic Gardens of Cordoba
The Cordoba Botanical Gardens were inaugurated in 1987 and are…
Gardens of the Alcázar Fortress of the Christian Monarchs
The Fortress gardens were laid on three clearly differentiated…
Alcázar fortress of the Christian Monarchs
The Catholic Monarchs reigned from this palace-fortress for eight…