Fall '18 Block I - Córdoba
Córdoba is the second most important city in Argentina and the main city in the central region of the country. The city has important historical, cultural and touristic points. In 2000, UNESCO declared the Jesuit Square a World Heritage Site. Córdoba was the religious-administrative seat of the Jesuit Province of Paraguay, which included the current territories of Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina and parts of Brazil and Bolivia.
Free Time Suggestions
Walk around the bohemian Art Market. The Paseo de las Artes is a must-visit at-traction in the city center, with numerous stalls displaying all kinds of handicrafts. The neighborhood is somewhat nostalgic because its origins date back to the first decade of the twentieth century, when a general store was established there by a Spanish immigrant. This venue became the gathering point for customers and singers.
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