/ kɔːrdobə /
A city in southern Spain; center of Moorish culture; Also called: Cordova.
(Spain) Capital of Córdoba province, Spain, on the river Guadalquivir; Paper, textiles, and copper products are manufactured here. It has many Moorish remains, including the mosque, now a cathedral, founded by 'Abd-ar-Rahman I 785, which is one of the largest Christian churches in the world. Córdoba was probably founded by the Carthaginians; it was held by the Moors 711–1236.(Argentina) City in central Argentina, on the Río Primero; It is the capital of Córdoba province. Main industries include cement, glass, textiles, and vehicles. Founded 1573, it has a university founded 1613, a military aviation college, an observatory, and a cathedral.