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Casa de las Cabezas- Patios de Leyenda

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I loved stepping back in time and experiencing life before electricity and running water... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
sallymatson
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Province of Albacete, Spain
This really is a gem

Set your location to Casa de las Cabezas and enjoy a wander around the atmospheric streets finally... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Derbyshirelass499573
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Belper, United Kingdom
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The "Casa de las Cabezas", with its four courtyards and its narrow alley with Muslim origin, called "of the seven Infants of Lara" or "Calleja de los Arquillos" is a wonderful example of a home-Patio from Cordoba , which has its roots in the Middle...more
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Reviewed 4 days ago

I loved stepping back in time and experiencing life before electricity and running water. Everything was well marked and the cultural explanations made my entire trip more interesting. I wish we had gone here first to understand the importance of the courtyard to local architecture...More

Thank sallymatson
Reviewed 5 days ago

Set your location to Casa de las Cabezas and enjoy a wander around the atmospheric streets finally ending up at this little gem of what I would call a "living museum". No wax models or sound effects, apart from the gentle sound of water in...More

Thank Derbyshirelass499573
Reviewed 1 week ago

We found this well preserved residence by accident in our search for the Archaeological Museum. It is a well preserved home from centuries past where one can see how people lived. Well worth the 5 Euros.

Thank popshikes
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There are lots of small, fascinating "museums" to visit in Cordoba, mostly very cheap. This is one of the very best. Simple, informative, attractively presented.

Thank JohnWoodford
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is definitely not something that if you miss it you'll be devastated but if you can spare 5 euros then you'll have the chance to see a beautiful house and get a taste of how people lived in old Cordoba. So yes, don't miss...More

Thank StamatisK31
Reviewed August 24, 2018

I really enjoy this spot. My wife and I visited in 2016 and I took my nephew in 2018. It is well worth the effort to locate the spot near the patios area. The restoration of a wealthy household from the Moorish period and the...More

Thank MSS-ATL
Reviewed August 9, 2018

Recommended by the Parador in Cordoba, this Casa is one of several 'patios' that define Cordoba. Restored to its former glory with good interpretation boards (in English). The design of the Casa maximises the little shade available at midday to create a cool place to...More

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Reviewed April 28, 2018 via mobile

An unexpected encounter! This small museum inside a ‘patio’ home in Cadiz has a startling and tragic story attached to it. It is well reconstructed and well worth a visit.

Thank Obbles
Reviewed April 13, 2018

This was a quick visit, because it was opposite our hotel, but it was an interesting house to see. It has been recently restored, and the photos pre-restoration are fascinating to see how much work has been done. There is lots to see, I'm surprised...More

Thank Louise090
Reviewed April 7, 2018

I visited because my hotel was only metres away to be honest. If you have any interest in how people lived hundreds of years ago you will enjoy this. Only 5 Euro to enter and everything is well laid out with detailed explanations in English....More

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