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Architectural detail of the Puerta de San Jose, one of the East facade entrances to the Cathedral-Great Mosque of Cordoba, on the Calle del Magistrado Gonzalez Frances in Cordoba, Andalusia, Southern Spain. This section shows a horseshoe arch with red brick and intricately carved vegetal patterns, with an inscription in kufic script. The Moorish gate is named after St Joseph, whose chapel is on the other side of the door, and was restored in 1913 by Ricardo Velazquez Bosco. The first church...
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