Torre de la Malmuerta

Torre de la Malmuerta ulasan, Cordoba

Torre de la Malmuerta
3.5
Tempat Bersejarah • Tempat Menarik & Tengara • Bangunan Arsitektur • Dek & Menara Observasi
Selengkapnya
Area
Lokasi terdekat terbaik
Restoran
1.068 dalam 5 km
Objek wisata
134 dalam 10 km

3.5
64 ulasan
Luar biasa
8
Sangat bagus
15
Biasa
37
Buruk
4
Sangat buruk
0

Dimitris L
Sydney, Australia38.887 kontribusi
Jun 2019
Torre de la Malmuerta is what remains of an old city gate. The structure was built in the early 15th century as one of several gates around the city. The name, Tower of the Wrongly Killed Woman, according to legend refers to a story about the wife of a nobleman. He had her killed after hearing accusations about his wife being adulterous. When the truth surfaced, it was too late. The poor woman was innocent all along. Interestingly the Tower was also used as a prison for nobles at some stage. However it is not really something you should see, unless you are dying to!
Ditulis pada 25 Mei 2020
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PrestonGuild
Inggris Raya54.329 kontribusi
Mar 2019
Built in the early 15th century. This is a minor attraction. This albarrana tower is a defensive gate built to defend Cordoba. It was inspired by a similar gate in Seville.
Ditulis pada 12 Februari 2020
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Frank M
Reinach, Swiss6.916 kontribusi
Des 2018 • Pasangan
A small relic - single tower & archway built 1408. A defensive structure turned into a prison. Apparently the name means "Tower of the Wrongly Dead Woman".
Ditulis pada 5 Januari 2019
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Nomadman411978
London, UK3.169 kontribusi
Nov 2018 • Sendiri
Torre de la Malmuerta is a city gate on the north side of the historical centre and much like the several others which are dotted around the city walls.
Ditulis pada 18 November 2018
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK153.681 kontribusi
Jan 2018 • Sendiri
Built by King Henry III of Castile in the 15th century as a defensive structure for the gates adjacent. Eventually it was used as a prison for mobiles. Now a landmark and sight of the city of Seville. The story goes that name name "Torre de la Malmuerta" means "Tower of the Wrongly Dead Woman" in Spanish because a wrongly accused women dead in the tower.

It's big and you certainly can't miss it. Worth a look if you've got time. Despite the slightly interesting story, don't go out of your way to see it.
Ditulis pada 31 Januari 2018
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TAIN2013
Riyadh, Arab Saudi2.877 kontribusi
Jul 2016 • Sendiri
Located in the Plaza de Colon, the crenelated octagonal tower has an arch attached to it which connected it to the city wall in the old days. As per the local legend, it was built on the house of a nobleman who wrongly murdered his wife for adultery - hence the name Malmuerta or wrongly dead.

The tower is a defensive structure as evidenced by the crenelations at the top. It was built in the 15th century on the remains of an earlier Islamic structure.

The arch is on the route of the city sightseeing bus and worth a short visit.
Ditulis pada 8 Juni 2017
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thor2705
Ottawa, Kanada2.236 kontribusi
Okt 2015 • Pasangan
It is close to the train station and on the way in or out is worth a detour, it is also in walking distance from the roman ruins and can be included on a historical tour of the city. The building is impressive and the tale behind it is a good one. I would not tell it as many have told it before me.
Ditulis pada 1 Agustus 2016
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DP49
Edmonds, WA1.519 kontribusi
Sep 2015 • Pasangan
Depending on where you are staying, the tower may be a little out of the way to get to. You can’t go up the structure and there is no signage explaining its history, which is unfortunate because it’s the story that makes it unique—A man killed his wife because he thought she was unfaithful. She wasn’t so the Caliph ordered him to build the tower in her memory to atone for his crime. My wife couldn’t help but wonder aloud how many towers would be erected if a woman acted on that same impulse!
Ditulis pada 23 September 2015
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Jezz C
Hethersett, UK2.738 kontribusi
Best bit about the tower was finding a good bike shop on the way and to ogle the orbea bikes inside. The tower is just a tower but we were walking around the city anyway so used this as a northern landmark
Ditulis pada 2 Oktober 2014
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BennyMalaga
Malaga, Spanyol89.775 kontribusi
Okt 2013 • Pasangan
The Torre de la Malmuerta is a landmark in the area where it is found, near the Plaza de Colon. However I did not find any door to it at all. It is named as the Tower of the Wrongly Killed. The legend is that a nobleman thought his wife was unfaithful and so he killed her. He found out she was innocent and asked the king pardon. The king ordered him to build the tower in her memory.
Ditulis pada 15 Oktober 2013
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