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Authentic 12th Century house with Moorish design and furniture. Excellent display of ancient cloth rag paper making technology brought to Andalusia from China. Don't miss the bottom cellar with archeological grade tile floor and vaulted brick ceiling.
Really enjoyed visiting this house and thought that it was worth the 4 euros. We were really impressed by the Roman mosaic floor in the basement. It makes you realise the extent of the Roman town. The house then takes you back to the Moorish...More
This house feels more like a shop you have paid to enter with nearly every room (and there aren't many) trying to sell you products. It was pretty but very small. Save yourself 4 euros and time and explore the beautiful streets and free stores...More
Went with small children. They loved variety of artefacts especially the paper making tools and the colorful displays of pottery and flowers. It is indeed a home not a cold museum. 4 Euros well spent. Kids go in free.
This is on the tourist trail and interesting. However we found the less well advertised Casa de las Cabezas which does a similar thing but (in our opinion) does it better i.e. shows what life was like in an ancient Cordoba house and patio.