The Andalus palace – whose name means ‘the shining city’ – was built as a symbol of power by Abd-al-Rahman III, the first Caliph of Córdoba, beginning around 936-940 AD, .
Source: Gateway of 10th-century Islamic palace ruined in 1010 found in Spain
If you travel to Spain, there is no way you should miss Córdoba, the city with the most number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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The archeological site in Medina Azahara, Cordoba, was added to the list of cultural sites by UNESCO World Heritage.
Source: Unprecedented world premiere at UNESCO World Heritage Medina Al Azahara Cordoba | Travel News | eTurboNews
As Unesco reveals its 2018 World Heritage sites, we have chosen the most photogenic.
Source: A world of wonder: Ahead of the crowds
Remains of ancient Arab city in Spain gets Unesco heritage status
Source: A caliphate remembered – The Nation
The World Heritage Committee, meeting in Manama since 24 June under the chair of Shaikha Haya Bint Rashed al-Khalifa of Bahrain, inscribed two cultural sites in Italy and Spain, on the World Heritage List.