Posada del Potro

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Ivor M
London, UK545 contributions
This old galleried inn was known to Cervantes. Now it has been restored and houses a good Flamenco museum.
Written 13 November 2019
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paranoia13
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we had the pleasure to listen to a flamenco-singer in a free matinee, absolutely amazing. the museum is very interesting.
Written 10 November 2019
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Jerome B
Columbia, MD988 contributions
Couples
What a lovely respite from the heat of the day. Great museum about Flamenco and much more. Very picturesque as well.
Written 22 January 2019
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thebritkate
Brooklyn, NY124 contributions
Couples
The Flower Festa was happening the weekend we were in Cordoba and there was a interesting arrangement of dried branches that filled the space. It was something we happened upon which is always a nice surprise when travelling.
Written 3 November 2018
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BoThi
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg65 contributions
Solo
The Posada del Potro is open to the public and displays anything you need to know about the Flamenco, typical for Andalusia. You get picturesque views of typical architecture.
Written 10 October 2018
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Stamatis K
150 contributions
Solo
The building is nice and the museum very informative but if you're not interested in flamenco it won't be the best time spent. Well worth the visit, it's free anyway, and you can also play some interactive games...
Written 16 September 2018
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Andre L
Kuwait City, Kuwait2,666 contributions
Family
March 2017. our favoritie stop of the day, This historic rectangular square, which slopes down towards the Guadalquivir River, is named after the fountain with a small prancing horse on top and was once used as an equestrian livestock market. The medieval Posada del Potro, on the south side of the square, was a known haunt of adventurers and a favourite of Cervantes which he wrote about in Don Quixote.
Written 22 June 2018
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MargiSu
Holmfirth, UK923 contributions
This historic rectangular square, which slopes down towards the Guadalquivir River, is named after the fountain with a small prancing horse on top and was once used as an equestrian livestock market.

The medieval Posada del Potro, on the south side of the square, was a known haunt of adventurers and a favourite of Cervantes which he wrote about in Don Quixote.

The inn, typical of the time, on two floors built around a narrow cobbled courtyard, the upper floor with a gallery and wooden pillars and balconies. It is now a centre for the study of flamenco, the Centro Flamenco Fosforito, named after the famous singer Antonio Fernandez Diaz Fosforito.

Opposite the inn, in a converted 15th-century Franciscan charity hospital there are two museums, the Museo Bellas Artes and the Museo Julio Romero de Torres, the former home of the Cordoban painter.

I think this is the prettiest square of Cordoba, but all the old streets are pretty and well cared for with their colourful flower pots and window boxes. It is just nice to wander around and steep yourself in the ancient and modern history of the city.
Written 5 June 2018
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JordiBo
Amsterdam, The Netherlands434 contributions
Business
walking around cordoba it´s nice to visit this posada, looks very old but is extremely well preserved. Free of charge entrance, is worth a short walk around.
Written 20 March 2018
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Chuck1072
East Sussex324 contributions
Couples
It was a rainy day so an excellent place to stop off and spend an hour- not just exhibits in glass cabinets but interactive experience where you can learn about the dance moves and the guitar and hand clapping for each rhythm. you can see how a guitar is made and all the different types over the years . I really wanted to see a section about the dresses and costumes which is the only thing that was missing here. It was free when we visited but not sure it is always free
Written 9 March 2018
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