Murallas y Canal de Almodovar is a beautiful, historic place in Cordoba, Spain. It is located in the Guadalquivir River's surrounding area and is the last remnants of the Moorish city walls that surrounded the ancient city. It consists of two sections, the Muralla and the Canal, which were both built in the 10th century, when the area was colonized by the Moors. The Muralla offers stunning views of the river and the city's old streets, especially at night when the city lights up in the moonlight. The Canal is an ancient waterway filled with boats and fishing vessels. There are numerous paths, bridges, and archways to explore the area and take in the city's old-world charm. Photographers will appreciate the majestic views of the river, Canal, and Muralla.
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