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  • Tap twit Pl1

    twin first floor
    A tapestry made in silk and inspired on the smile of Budha

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  • Doble primera

    Double first floor
    A set of two tapestries made in silk inspired on oriental themes. “Susani” by Rocío Moreno

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  • Tap Dob Peq

    small double
    Headboard made in aubergine criesed velvet by V. Valls.

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  • twit patio

    twin courtyard
    tapestry made in silk of Andalusí inspiration. “Fez Embroiderie” by Rocío Moreno

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  • junior suite Calle

    junior suite street
    Tapestry titled “Tie Dye”, by the artist Rocío Moreno

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  • Tap Dob Patio

    Double courtyard
    A tapestry made in silk and inspired on the smile of Budha. “Tiger Lines” by Rocío Moreno.

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  • Tap Dob Terraza

    double terrace
    Headboard made in prussian blue criesed velvet by V. Valls.

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  • junior suite Patio

    junior suite courtyard
    Tapestry made in silk by Rocío Moreno, inspired in astral interaction

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    Córdoba 1950. Chapter 2

    Córdoba 1950. Chapter 2

    The second and last chapter of this issue about the French agency “Photo Goldner”’s portrait of Spain and its stay in Córdoba in 1950. While we dealt with the photographs printed in paper in the first chapter, throughout this second chapter we shall see the negatives (6x6), that has a better quality overall.

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    event highlighted in cordoba

    • Don’t miss out on Córdoba’s cultural routine.

      Don’t miss out on Córdoba’s cultural routine.

      Nowadays Córdoba is quite an active city. Shows and cultural events are daily programmed throughout the many flourishing spaces the city has to that end. We have gathered here the most relevant sites in the web, so you are at all times informed about what is happening in the city.

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    • FLORA: First International Flower Festival

      FLORA: First International Flower Festival

      This first edition of FLORA brought 8 international floral artists that transformed the Festival’s chosen patios into 8 unrecognizable stunning spaces. Located in some of the most representative buildings of Córdoba, this works have resulted in a delightful little tour through memory, art and heritage. These ephemeral floral installations will be open to the general public from the 20th to the 29th of October.

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    • Rosa.España



      "Se respira un ambiente relajado y tranquilo cuando traspasas la puerta del hotel. Excelente hotel para una escapada a Cordoba, detalles cuidados, desayuno y habitación perfectos. Volveremos."

    • Miguel. Argentina

      “Un diseño moderno y altamente confortable”
      La atención personalizada de los dueños y todo el staff es impecable.
      El desayuno es una explosión de sabores.

    • Stan94300. Paris



      Hotel tranquille et moderne.

      L'accueil est parfait, la localisation de l'hôtel est idéale car à proximité des activités tout en étant très calme. La décoration des chambres est sobre et moderne. Elles sont spacieuses et lumineuses, le tout organisé autour d'un joli patio.


    • mary f. usa



      My Favorite Hotel in Spain, maybe the whole of Europe

    • Anónimo. Venezuela

      “Diseño y atención.”
      Un lujo tener un jaccuzzi privado para tí.
      Nos recomendaron sitios para cenar estupendos. Gracias a las chicas.

    • gemmacomp. españa

      Cordoba merece un hotel como este. Maravilloso trabajo de rehabilitación para conseguir un espacio único y muy agradable...acogedor...bien climatizado y con espacios higiénicos muy modernos y cómodos. ...buena ubicación y un trato muy simpatico

    • Travelbugextra. France

      “Lovely, relaxing stay”

      We only had one night in this hotel unfortunately. Our room was lovely and the shower and bathroom huge.

    • heidi e. berlin

      kleines, tolles hotel. Ganz persönlich geführtes Hotel, in einem historischen Gebäude modern interpretiert. Sehr geschmackvoll, sauber und ruhig. Zu erwähnen ist das gesamte Personal, welches bei Empfehlungen für Restaurants und anderen Fragen immer tolle Tipps gegeben haben. Die Zimmer sind sehr unterschiedlich. Wir hatten ein sehr kleines, kuscheliges Zimmer im 1. Stock. Für drei Nächte völlig ausreichend. Bei Temperaturen um 40 Grad haben wir die kleine Dach-Terrasse leider nicht genießen können, sonst ein toller Ort, um mal zu relaxen. Alles in allem ein schöner Aufenthalt. Danke an Carmen , Gerardo und sein Team!

    • lieven232

      perfect stay in cordoba. Beautiful quite place in centre of Cordoba with very gentle, even "zen" owner. Design hotel room Excellent "fresh" breakfast Private parking space nearby. All you need for a beautiful stay in Cordoba!

    • Clara. España

      Sinceramente, nuestra experiencia en el hotel fue fantástica gracias a la impecable atención de Carmen, su encargada de recepción. Un placer haberte conocido!.

    • travel 561. colorado

      "A fantastic renovation"

       So cool. Whitewashed rooms with stained concrete floors. Simple modern furnishings. Great rainforest shower with frosted glass doors. Lots of natural light. Interior courtyard with a lounge. Pretty table setting for breakfast - coffee, homemade cake, toast with olive oil, tomato and shaved Iberico ham. Very friendly staff... Highly recommend this beautiful place.

    • Javier. España

      "La atención fue excelente.
      El diseño del hotel inmejorable.
      La ubicación, sin estar en el centro, era perfecta a la hora de comer, cenar o tomar una copa"

    • Eitan D-NYC

       Luxurious hospitality. When we got to Córdoba it was 108ºF and we could not be more miserable. Then we walked into Viento 10 and Gerrardo, the owner, greeted us with refreshing lemonade and a friendly conversation, exactly what we needed. The rest followed suit, with his recommendations for restaurants and the beautiful room and amenities, which included access to a spa.........

    • kari716. usa



      Hidden Gem

      This hotel was such a special surprise. It was hidden away on a tiny cobblestone street in the quietest part of town. Immaculately clean with wonderful personal hospitality and beautifully decorated. I would stay there again with pleasure. I had a wonderful breakfast on departure day.

    • 1Istanbul2014.

      Peaceful and beautiful.

      Very central in Cordoba, peaceful, calm, beautiful room, friendly staff, lovely stay. Its not v obvious and chintzy which some places in Cordoba can be. Next time we will plan ahead and ask for the meditation session too.

    • Ana. Perú

      “Lindo hotel cerca a la mezquita. La decoración es muy moderna y minimalista"

    • CornwallfanMunich. Germany

      "For design and atmosphere lovers"

      Viento10 is a perfect place to explore Cordoba. All sightseeings in walking distance. The hotel has a great architecture, rooms around a "patio". Room 7 spacious and stylish. Parking easy and close. Gerardo and his team gave us a warm wellcome and a delicious breakfast.


    • philippe b. francia

      la perfection.Petit hôtel parfaitement décoré de façon moderne tendance zen. Chambre spacieuse calme grande. Un propriétaire parfait disponible et attentionné , le meilleur petit déjeuner pris dans un hôtel en Espagne. Nous sommes repartis enchantés. Seul bémol , il est très difficile de trouver le même hôtel dans une autre ville, on est déçu après avoir séjourné dans cet endroit.......

    • Begoña. España


      Es un hotel muy tranquilo, bien ubicado. El trato excelente y el desayuno, inmejorable. Las habitaciones tienen buen tamaño, con camas cómodas. Todo está muy limpio y mimado, hasta el olor, muy agradable por las flores que decoran el hotel. Muy recomendable.

    See cordoba from viento 10

    • Slid Exteriores Atardecer01
      Sun at dusk, tiles in the old Jewish quarter and church of Santiago from the rooftop of the Hotel
    • Slid Exteriores Calle02
      The Hotel's little street through the vine.
    • Mezquita Terraza V10
      view of the Mosque of Cordoba, sunset from the terrace
    • Slid Exteriores Tejado03
      White and blue: a light frame from the Hotel
    • Slid Exteriores Iglesia05
      The church of Santiago and the roofs of the city.

    What really drew them to the city, the common feature among them, was one of El Greco’s paintings: a doctor in the city was selling one his paintings and they all came running when they heard the name of El Greco.

    The fact that Rodin the sculptor visited Mateo Inurria at Agustín Moreno’s Arts School –very close from hotel Viento10– with whom he also kept a correspondence; or that Pío Baroja’s “The City of the Discreet” would take place in the city and was written shortly after his visit; those facts did not account for the main reason for them to travel to Córdoba but instead consequences of the visit.

    Zuloaga, the great painter, is one the main figures that worked towards restoring the name of Doménikos Theotokópoulos “El Greco”. They, him and the whole Generation of 98, fell in love with his paintings, and vindicated him as a genius, they considered him the first modern painter in History. The true identity feature of El Greco’s painting is the fact that he distorted shapes and figures, and back then that was seen as a first attempt to enter non-figurative painting or the first sign of a romantic painting, in other words, the sign that the painter was not only trying to reproduce Nature but also leaving his emotions in the canvas. Also at the time photography had shaken the Art figurative tree for good and the first avant-garde waves were sweeping everything at their pass: El Greco was one its main symbols.

    Zuloaga managed to have over twelve El Greco paintings in his private collection. He was desperate, he looked for them everywhere and he bought them in Spain and Europe. In 1905 he got word that in Córdoba a painting was put up for sale –actually half a painting.

    The painting is part of a bigger retable made at the commission of the church of the hospital of Saint John the Baptist in Toledo. It depicts a passage from the Bible, Book of Revelations (6: 9-11), describing the opening of the Fifth Seal at the end of times when white tunics were given to those who were killed by God’s work. The remaining severed upper part could have showed the Sacrificial Lamb opening the Fifth Seal.

    During the XIXth century this painting belonged to J.Núñez del Prado, after him it passed down to Antonio Cánovas del Castillo. The painting had to be severed 175 cm due to the poor state in which it was. The long restoration process of 1880 ended up with Saint John  the Baptist pointing nowhere as the upper part had dissapeared. In that state of mutilation, the painting reached Córdoba doctor Rafael Vázquez de la Plaza who would put it up for sale under the name “Amor sacro y amor profano” (Sacred and Profane Love), a curious coincidence as there is a painting by Julio Romero de Torres under the same name. A title that the painting kept up until 1908 when it was renamed “Opening of the Fifth Seal”.

    In 1904, Baroja and Regoyos –we have previously talked about them in this blog– saw the painting in Córdoba. The doctor was selling it for 2.500 pesetas, 2.500 pesetas was not cheap for a couple of bohemians so they didn’t buy it. They might have been the ones who told Zuloaga about it. A  year later Ignacio Zuloaga traveled to Córdoba along with Rodin and the art critic Ivan Tchukin and bought the painting for 1.000 pesetas.

    Comparing “Opening of the Fifth Seal” with Picasso’s “The young ladies of Avignon”.

    This “half painting” was key to many of the painters of the early XXth century, the avant-garde. Pablo Picasso, dear friend of Zuloaga, visit the later in his studio in Paris where the painting rested at the time. Picasso contemplates it and studies it and eventually the painting serves as inspiration for one his first and most famous cubist works: Les Demoiselles d'Avignon.

    Ignacio Zuloaga kept the painting between Paris and Zumaya (1905-1945). After his death the painting ended up in the Zuloaga Museum in Zumaya (1945–1956) and then, in 1956, thanks to the intermediation of the Newhouse Galleries, was sold to the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art where it is still exhibited.


    Ignacio Zuloaga with Auguste Rodin and the Russian art collector and critic Ivan Ivanovitch Schukin.
    It is very likely that the photograph was taken in Córdoba.


    Luces y sombras de una pasión: Zuloaga y El Greco.
    Fernando Marías.

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