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The province of Córdoba witnessed the important work that the Jesuits developed in Latin America, between the 17th and 18th Centuries. Declared World Heritage in 2000, in the category Cultural Treasure, Córdoba's Jesuit Block and Estancias host religious and secular buildings that are actual Historical Monuments; constructions built between the years 1676 and 1725 illustrating an unprecedented religious, social and economic experience.
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Córdoba: roads of history, faith and knowledge
A city where past and present coexist in perfect harmony; framed by the beauty of the mountain landscape and crossed by crystalline water courses.
Following the Jesuits footprints
In Córdoba, all roads lead to the mountains and so did the Jesuits. They left pathways full of history, culture and faith.
Córdoba, artisanal wines
Hills and rivers host small and artisanal wineries that open their doors to travelers. Glass in hand, enchanting stories and anecdotes of Córdoba’s people.