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CORDOBA

The second most important city in the Republic of Argentina is a compound of highlands, flatlands, neat watercourses and a great amount of beautiful sceneries that will reach into the traveller's senses, filling them with pleasant experiences.

San Roke Lake Cordoba Argentina Travel The City of Cordoba is commonly known as "La Docta", due to the large number of important universities it hosts, and as "The City of Bells", because during the colonial times both the Franciscan and the Dominican Orders erected a lot of churches in it. This city combines all the attractions of modern cities with a peaceful and country-like way of life.

The Spanish aristocrat Jeronimo Luis de Cabrera founded it at the north of the Suquía River on July 6th of 1573, at the area where nowadays lay the Yapeyü Neighbourhood. The first name given to the brand new town was Cordoba de la Nueva Andalucía. Some time later it moved on to the southern margin of the river, where it took its definitive emplacement.

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The geographical placement of Cordoba promptly revealed to be a most strategic one, for it developed as the main connection between the City of Buenos Aires and the Countries of Peru and Chile. This fact triggered the economical development of the city around the 17th and 18th centuries.

One of the primary elements for this development was the natural surroundings of the city, where the birth of the highlands meet the plains, whose good-quality soils were exploited by European immigrants who brought wheat and barley with them.

During the 19th century, with the arrival of the railway and technological development, the highlands became promptly settled, giving birth to big hotels for the travellers and to the huge casonas (mansions) made by its rich inhabitants.

On present days, Cordoba has turned into a modern and important city (the second most populated one after Buenos Aires throughout Argentina). Its streets and avenues merge the colonial architecture with tall and complex buildings. In this city, the visitor will find a lot of lovely streets to stroll by, along with an arrangement of modern malls, shopping centres and coffee shops.

If you come to Cordoba, you will be able to take some of the pedestrian circuits connecting the San Martin Square with the Cathedral, the Historical Town Hall, the Manzana de las Luces -with the Church of the Company of Jesus-, the Casa de Trejo, the Monserrat National School and the Fray Jose Antonio de San Alberto Museum.

Horseback Riding in Cordoba Argentina TravelThe tourist attractions are enlarged by the presence of the Coastal Road by the Suquia River, the Cordoba Stadium and the Trade Fair Compound of Cordoba, where international expositions take place throughout the year.

At few kilometres from the outskirts of the city, the visitor will be able to take some of the large amount of alternatives as excursions on all-terrain vehicles or on mountain bikes and para gliding over the clear skies of one of the most beautiful regions of Argentina.

In few words, Cordoba is altogether history and nature; it is wild countryside and its impressive landscapes. And it is a wise and magical choice for the audacious traveller.
 


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