It is so overwhelming the monumental wealth of Cordoba that it will be convenient to group it in themes to avoid the risk of getting lost in the city, entangled in its secular stones, broken streets, secluded squares and seductive lights. Not to mention the innumerable suggestive corners that Cordoba reserves for those who venture into it willing to let themselves be seduced, more than a hundred monuments -churches, convents, palaces, fortresses, museums, fountains, triumphs …-, children of the Roman, Arab, Jewish and Christian cultures that enriched this site, are spread out across the vast Historic Quarter, largely declared by UNESCO as World Heritage in 1994. All this configures the “native city of beauty “that captivates Antonio Gala, the” flower of Spain “that seduced Don Luis de Góngora, the” two Cordobas de hermosura “that captivated Lorca, broken in one, celestial and other streams.