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Plaza del Potro

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September 25, 2018
This square got its name from a font which was built in 1577. This fountain is topped by a filly, so the folks henceforth named the square as “square of the filly”. It is one of the more significant sites in town​ because the old Potro Inn (Posada del Potro) is situated there. The Potro Inn was…
Mara & Jose
Mara & Jose
April 7, 2016
Cordoba is full of cosy places...Potro Square is one of these. Go to the up righ side, choose that small street ( do not be scare) and enjoy the real roots of Cordoba
December 21, 2013
The Flamenco museum is right at your doorstep. They have free shows usually on sundays and interactive installations to learn about the history of Flamenco
Juan Pedro
Juan Pedro
July 8, 2018
En la plaza está la Posada del Potro, clásica casa de vecinos andaluza, el Museo de Julio Romero de Torres y el Museo de Bellas Artes de Córdoba.
March 13, 2018
La Plaza del Potro es una de las más representativas de la ciudad, situada en el barrio de San Francisco-Ribera. En el centro de la misma se encuentra la fuente del Potro cuyo remate es la figura de un potro que levanta sus manos sujetando un cartel con el escudo de la ciudad. Esta fuente de estilo…

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