There is also a vibrant night life with many discotheques and clubs that play some of the latest music. There are many opportunities for adventure sports such as quad excursions, mountain biking and paragliding.
The city has a number of historically significant buildings and monuments that bear testimony to its rich heritage. Some of the popular monuments include ... More the San Martin Square, the Jesuit Cathedral, the Chapter House and Trejo’s House.
Cordoba is also famous for its many lively festivals that are held every year between the months of February and September. These festivals are celebrated with great pomp and splendour and involve much singing and dancing. The most popular festivals are the Carnival, Friend Day and Spring Day.
It is situated at the foothills of the Sierras Chicas Mountains in the valley of the Suquia River. The climate is moderate and pleasant with average temperatures varying between 11°C and 24°C.
Cordoba has a population of over 1,300,000 people. Most of the population is of European descent, predominantly from Spain and Italy. There is also a small local population of indigenous tribes. Other ethnicities include the Chinese, the Japanese, Koreans, Russians and Australians. ... More
Cordoba is considered to be one of the most cultured cities in Argentina. The culture is largely influenced by the European ethnicity of the population and is represented in the form of music, literature and theatre.
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