Córdoba in the international press of the nineteenth century.
The Illustrated London News was founded in London in 1842 by the printer Herbert Ingram and his friend Mark Lemon. He is considered the first newspaper that incorporated the use of recorded, first, and photographs, after, to illustrate stories and chronic. Given the universal character of the British Empire certainly, Articles were awash with descriptions of the different corners of the planet, including Cordoba, that appears in some of his reports.
Our Documentation Service has inventoried Cordobeses Affairs in this magazine about the city in the years 1873, 1884 and 1885. Let's see them:
Old Brigde of Cordova (1873)
(Librarian Note: It clearly shows that the author was never recorded in Cordoba. This painting is called 'hearsay').
Cordova: Moorish Mill, Alcazar, Mosque, Bridge (1884)
(Librarian Note: Magnificent pictures, High precision. The reporter was 'in situ').
Spain: Malaga, Cordova, Estipona (sic) (1885).