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The Chapel of San Bartolome opens to the public

The Chapel of San Bartolome opens to the public

The Chapel of San Bartolome opens to the public The Chapel of San Bartolome has an enormous cultural and patrimonial value. The building, which was erected as the funerary chapel of the Church of San Bartolome in the 15th century, is attached to the old Cardenal Salazar Hospital...

On March 2nd, the Mayor of Cordoba and President of Cordoba Tourist Board Andres Ocaña representing the Board, the Rector of the University of Cordoba Jose Manuel Roldan and the Director of the CajaSur Foundation Jose Rafael Rich signed a document by which these institutions agreed to open the chapel of the ancient church of San Bartolome permanently to the public for cultural and tourist visits.

Opening times:
-15th September to 14th June: 10.30am to 1.30pm and 3.30pm to 6.30pm.
-15th June to 14th September: 10.30am to 1.30pm and 5.30pm to 8.30pm.
Sunday afternoons and Monday mornings: Closed

As well as opening the Chapel, signposts will be set up guiding tourists to the monument and panels will be set up in the entrance courtyard to explain the history of the Chapel and its artistic features.

Entrance to the monument will be free, but visitors will be asked to contribute voluntarily towards supporting the costs of opening the Chapel.

The Chapel of San Bartolome has an enormous cultural and patrimonial value. The building, which was erected as the funerary chapel of the Church of San Bartolome in the 15th century, is attached to the old Cardenal Salazar Hospital, which is now the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts. The Chapel of San Bartolome features impressive decoration all around the building, making this intimate monument one of the city’s best-kept secrets, while constituting one of the best examples of Mudejar art in Cordoba.

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