Puertas oeste - Mezquita Córdoba

The gates on the west façade run along Calle Torrijos. From north to south are the following:

The Postigo de la Leche is one of the access gates to the courtyard of Los Naranjos. Its current appearance dates from the first decade of the 16th century, designed by the architect Hernán Ruiz I.

The Puerta de los Deanes is one of the access gates to the courtyard of Los Naranjos. It was built in the AH 8th century by Abderramán I. Of the original gate, only part of the inner front has survived.

The Gate of San Esteban was built in the AH 8th century by Abderraman I and later renovated by Muhammad I in 855. It is the oldest gate in the entire temple and served as a model for the other side gates built in the Muslim period. It is also known as the Gate of St Sebastian, the Gate of the Wazirs or the Gate of Bab al-Wazara.

St Michael's Gate was built as part of the extension made by Abderraman II. In the 16th century the coat of arms of Bishop Juan Daza was added to it. It is also known as the Bishops' Gate.

The Gate of the Holy Spirit, which was built in the extension made by Al-Haken II.

The Postigo del Palacio was built in the extension made by Alhaken II and is also known as the Gate of San Pedro or the Gate of La Paloma.

The San Ildefonso Gate was built in the extension made by Al-Haken II.

The Sabat Gate was built as part of the extension made by Al-Haken II. This gate connected the mosque with the old Andalusian citadel by means of a bridge that was demolished in the 16th century.

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