Palacio de la Merced

Historic Building in Córdoba

Palace Of La Merced, Cordoba
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The Palacio de la Merced is a historical Cordovan Baroque building in Córdoba, Andalusia, southern Spain. It was once home to the convent of La Merced Calzada, and now used by the Provincial Government of Córdoba.

The Palacio de la Merced was built in the 18th century, with exquisite cloisters which stands out, with a porticoed floor and its baroque black marble fountain, as well as the imperial marble staircase. In its courtyards and rooms it hosts important exhibitions throughout the year.

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Visiting Palacio de la Merced


Monday to Friday from 7 am. to 3 pm.



Address: Plaza de Colón, 15, 14001 Córdoba, Spain
Telephone: +34 957211100
Duration: 20 minutes

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