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Synonyms for Cordova

Spanish explorer who discovered Yucatan (1475-1526)

a city in southern Spain

a city in central Argentina

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Maimonides was born in Cordoba, Spain, in 1135 and fled from persecution to Egypt where he died in 1204.
Firnas was credited for the first piloted flight in human history as he tied himself to a feathered glider in Cordoba, Spain.
Next to it was Coventry Market, also uniquely designed, with a circular shape and roof car-park, to welcome all the people into a vast communal meeting place from several entrances, just as the world-renowned mosque of Cordoba, Spain, was designed centuries earlier.
For the complete proceedings, "Proceedings of the International Conference on Educational Data Mining (EDM) (2nd, Cordoba, Spain, July 1-3, 2009)," see ED539041.
AaAaAa Ferrero-Waldner, who said the advanced status aims also to foster political cooperation, recalled that during the 5+5 meeting in Cordoba, Spain, she discussed with Moroccan officials the different steps to follow on the path of integration and bringing the two partners closer.
Mecanoo was also responsible for the Delft Municipal Offices and Train Station and the Palace of Justice in Cordoba, Spain.
It's 10:30 on a hot spring morning in Cordoba, Spain and I'm strolling tentatively among the Corinthian columns of the illustrious Mezquita, a building so arresting in its beauty that--following the re-conquest of the city by Christian knights in 1236--the marauding army of King Ferdinand I famously spared it from desecration.
CORDOBA, Spain -- The Islamic Board of Spain has appealed to Pope Benedict XVI to allow Muslims to pray in the Cordoba cathedral.
were jointly developed and released by the Institute for Sustainable Agriculture (CSIC) and the Center of Agricultural Research and Development (CIFA-IFAPA, Junta Andalucia) at Cordoba, Spain, in 2004.
Restrepo also has been recognized with an Accesit, at the III International Competition of Fine Arts "Aires de Cordoba" Edition of 2005 in Cordoba, Spain.
Seminario Evangelico Espanol, La Carlota, Cordoba, Spain
AIR POLLUTION 2005: THIRTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MODELLING, MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT OF AIR POLLUTION, May 16-18, 2005, Melia Cordoba Hotel, Cordoba, Spain
Gross divides his book into seven chapters that take us from Armin Firman's attempted flight at Cordoba, Spain, in 852, to the 1999 war in Kosovo.