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    Other Name: -, District: Cordoba, State: Pampas, Argentina
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    Languages Spoken: Spanish
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  • Description

    Cordoba, abbreviated CBA, is a city located near the geographical center of Argentina. Cordoba is the second most important city of the country.
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Capilla DomesticaThe Capilla Domestica, completed in 1644, sits directly behind the church on Caseros. Its ornate ceiling was made with cowhide stretched over a skeleton of thick taguaro cane and painted with pigments composed partially of boiled bones.
Iglesia CatedralThe construction of Cordoba`s cathedral began in 1577 and dragged on for more than two centuries under several architects, including Jesuits and Franciscans, and though it lacks any sense of architectural unity, it`s a beautiful structure.The lavish interior was painted by renowned cordobes painter Emilio Caraffa.
Jesuit Block and Estancias of CordobaThe Jesuit Block in Cordoba, heart of the former Jesuit Province of Paraguay, contains the core buildings of the Jesuit system: the university, the church and residence of the Society of Jesus, and the college. Along with the five estancias, or farming estates, they contain religious and secular buildings, which illustrate the unique religious, social, and economic experiment carried out in the world for a period of over 150 years in the 17th and 18th centuries.
A chilling testament to the excesses of Argentina`s military dictatorship, this museum occupies a space formerly used as a clandestine center for detention and torture. It was operated by the dreaded Department of Intelligence (D2), a special division created in Cordoba dedicated to the kidnap and torture of suspected political agitators and the ''reassignment'' of their children to less politically suspect families.
Palacio FerreryaNueva Cordoba`s landmark building, the Palacio Ferrerya was built in 1914 and designed by Ernest Sanson in the Louis XVI style. The building itself is amazing, and has recently been converted into a fine-arts museum, featuring more than 400 works in 12 rooms spread over three floors.