Explore the Generalife complex which is known to be one of the ancient monuments in Spain and is widely visited by tourist due to the magnificent architecture of the building which highlights the cultural significance of medieval Spain. The complex is also known to have been interpreted by various names such as the vegetable garden of the Gypsy Festivity organiser, the Architect's garden, the Governor's garden etc. The Generalife can be seen being built on the slopes of Cerro del Sol and is also said to be built before Comares Palace. You can also explore Cordoba's Synagogue is located in the Jewish Quarter. Accessed from the street there is the courtyard that takes to the prayer's rooms.
The Jewish Quarter is another landmark which describes a dark history of destruction which has its presence on the walls of the Jewish Quarter in Cordoba. At the centre of the quarter is the Synagogue un Calle de los Judios, one of only three originals remaining in Spain. You can also find a statue of a Jewish Philosopher called Maimonides, also an astronomer born in Cordoba. Apart from other recognizable beautiful monuments of Spain Torre del Oro of Seville is one of the widely visited historical monuments and is also known as the Golden Tower. The tower is also said to have a sister tower resembling the architecture but was destroys in the Lisbon earthquake which occurred in 1755. The tower is believed to have a lime and straw mortar, giving it this golden reflection. The Church of Santo Tome houses the masterpiece artwork by a Renaissance El Greco known as The Burial of the Count of Orgaz and it depicts the popular local legend of his time. The painting is divided into two sections heaven above and the Mortals and earth below.