Tag: ES – Caliphate City of Medina Azahara

What are the newest of Spain’s Unesco World Heritage Sites; Idealista

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Gateway of 10th-century Islamic palace ruined in 1010 found in Spain; Ian Randall; Daily Mail


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

Córdoba: The city with the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites; MSN

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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Unprecedented world premiere at UNESCO World Heritage Medina Al Azahara Cordoba; Elisabeth Lang; eTurboNews

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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

A world of wonder: Ahead of the crowds; Sunday Telegraph

As Unesco reveals its 2018 World Heritage sites, we have chosen the most photogenic.

Source: A world of wonder: Ahead of the crowds

A caliphate remembered; The Nation

Remains of ancient Arab city in Spain gets Unesco heritage status

Source: A caliphate remembered – The Nation

Muslim Spain’s forgotten city is now on UNESCO’s World Heritage List; Milli Gazette

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.

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Remains of ancient Arab city in Spain gets UNESCO heritage status; AFP

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