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Cordoba is the 2nd largest city of Argentina with over 1 million inhabitants. The architecture in the city is vastly influenced by Spanish style since they have colonized the country for quite some time. Cordoba is also the home of the Jesuit Block, now considered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
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Flights to Cordoba
The Ingeniero Aeronáutico Ambrosio L.V. Taravella International Airport is the main airport of Cordoba. The airport provides flights mostly for domestic routes only. There are a few international routes including Peru, Chile, and Panama.
Cordoba’s Classical Architecture
People have inhabited this city for thousands of years now. Thus, old buildings are common sites in the city. One of the places that you should visit is the Monasterio de Santa Teresa built way back in 1717 by Portuguese architects. Another interesting building is the National University of Cordoba. It houses some buildings constructed way back in the 17th century. The university is also Argentina’s 2nd largest. You should also visit the Provincial Courthouse since it is among the world’s oldest courthouses.
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Temperature average in September
8 - 22.4°C
Rainfall average in September
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