| 1.Elected the first in Europe and the fourth in the world, the Mosque of Cordoba is one of the great architectural wonders of Islamic art, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
2.The Alhambra of Granada
This imperishable myth, this dream palace, the most trumpeted and exalted of all times, is also an enigmatic chest of romantic and secret legends. It is ranked 16th in the world and sixth in Europe.
3.The most visited temple in Barcelona is located in the 20th place in the world and the ninth in Europe. Of all the works of Gaudí in Barcelona, the Sagrada Familia represents better than any the artistic conception of its author, a 'total' architecture, where structure, decoration, symbolism, mysticism and nature converge.
4.The building dates back to the Caliphate of Abd al-Rahman III, which ordered the construction of a citadel as the residence of its rulers. After the Christian conquest, several kings ennobled the Alcazar, but among all Pedro I highlighted that promoted the construction of the great Mudejar palace, inspired by the alhambreñas estancias. Today, the Reales Alcázares continue to have royal use, but its rooms and gardens are dedicated throughout the year to host exhibitions and cultural events.
It is one of the most inspired works by Gaudí. Declared a World Heritage Site in 2005, it stands out for its color and its undulating forms, topped with glazed ceramics and broken glass.