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... as long as I can, have one last long shower and leave my bag at the hotel. I have about 11 hours till my bus. Cordoba is Argentina's 2nd largest city. It is lively, vibrant and has 7 universities. Of course, I have turned up when the uni's are on ...
Buen dia from Cordoba! We had a great week exploring this beautiful city. Here are some photos. The writing will follow soon. Best wishes Nickie & ...
All is not well again in my intestinos: last night I must have produced enough gas to heat an average UK home for a year. Whatever chemical processing plant had established itself in my bowels was causing me a lot of pain and I didn't sleep much. By ...
... job (yes, I have one!) that against all the odds had managed to find its way to me in the midsts of Argentina via wonderful parents, but a decidely shaky-on-its-feet internet connection scuppered all my attempts at efficiency. On the way to the town, ...
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Obispo Trejo 242, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, Argentina
Deemed a Cultural Heritage site by UNESCO in 2000, this block of Jesuit religious and secular buildings includes the oldest church and the oldest university in Argentina, a school and a chapel.
San Jeronimo & Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, Argentina
Dating back four centuries, this lively plaza features fairs and exhibitions, and includes a statue of its namesake, General San Martin, a colonial-style cathedral and a 17th-century cabildo, or clubhouse, once used as a police headquarters.
Av. Hipolito Yrigoyen 325 between Buenos Aires y San Lorenzo, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, Argentina
218 Rosario de Santa Fe, Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, Argentina
Cordoba's first Spanish governor lived and worked in this spacious colonial house, which is filled with furniture, rifles, saddles, military uniforms and other 18th-century artifacts.