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Viana Palace in Cordoba Spain

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Palace of Viana, a unique castle in Spain

The Viana Palace as a national artistic and artistic monument as well as its artistic garden is one of the major tourist attractions of Cordoba in Spain. The palace is unique because of its diverse courtyards, also known as the Courtyard Museum. The complex of buildings and gardens of this palace are located in an area of ​​2 square meters.

Viana Palace has a history of five centuries. Throughout this time, yards have always been a central part of this building, and have grown and become organic as a result of changes over time. Until the end of the 20th century, noble families with large traditional personalities lived in the palace. The courtyard of Cordoba is the heir to the Roman and Arab tradition of the Viana Palace as the largest historical exhibition in the area.

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Viana Palace House
The Viana Palace House is a house that belonged to the Lordship family from the 5th to the 6th century and then to the Marquisate of Villaseca family. In the 9th year, the ninth member of the Marquisate of Villaseca was a widow and the only heir of the family living in the palace, remarried to Don Teobaldo Saavedra, son of the Duke of Rivas, which led to King Alfonso the 12th in the title of Marquis of Put Viana on this house. Later in the year 2, the third Marquis of Viana, a widow without children, sold the house to the Caja Provincial de Ahorros de Córdoba (Savings Bank of Córdoba Province) and now the palace belongs to the CajaSur Foundation.

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 Interior view of Viana Palace

The Viana Palace allows you to visit a real home of a noble family and discover the evolution of architectural styles and decorative arts as well as the aristocratic environments. As you enter this house, it is as if you have gone to another time to discover the evolution of their lifestyle, their tastes, and the important role that these power elites have played throughout history. Their customs and aesthetics are reflected in the art collections at the Viana Palace. Inlaid leather and crafts, Heraldic tiles, royal carpets, curtains, paintings, porcelains used, furniture in various historical styles and archaeological pieces are all historical and artistic works that you can find View at the Viana Palace.

Features of Viana Palace House
The visit continues with one of the main attractions of this palace. The twelve courtyards and gardens each have a different personality and make them more attractive with many different sounds, colors and fragrances. The interior of the house and its courtyards are seamlessly integrated and this harmony creates the main attraction of the palace.

The role of the yards is to make it possible to enjoy the greenery and the environment. Depending on when and what season of the year you visit this landmark, different perspectives and feelings will be conveyed to people. The main theme when you visit it indoors is the development of social life, everyday life and its collections as a symbol of power at a time when the Viana Palace was most glorious. Visiting the building is divided into three sections as follows.

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Power Fair: Most of it is located in the lower part of the house.
Living at Home: It occupies all the western part and the eastern part of the upper floor of the palace.

Large complexes: most of them are located on the eastern floor above the palace.

History of Viana Palace
The first period for the palace from 1 to 2 years belongs to the Lords of Villaseca family. During this period, which was the longest residence of a family in this house and had seven different owners, gradual changes were made to the structure of the palace from a medieval house to a Renaissance palace.

The second period, which lasted from 1 to 2 years, belongs to the Marquises of Villaseca family. Ana Rafaela, the sixth member of the family, made significant reforms inside the palace. His work led to the creation of a room for archiving historical information on the Villa Viana, as well as a precious stone documented by the Spanish aristocracy. During his tenure, the courtyard of the palace was also permanently renovated. He married a man named Fernando Cabrera Gómez, and eventually his son became the next heir to the palace.

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The third period, from 1 to 5 years, and still belonging to the Marquises of Villaseca family. The Marquis’s widow from the last Cabrera remarried the son of Duke Rivas (the famous romantic author of Cordoba), changing the palace’s history. He had no children of any of his husbands, so he was the heir to the Marquis’s first nephews, so the name of the palace was changed to his uncle’s name and renamed the Viana Palace to begin a new era.