The city of Cordoba was founded more than 400 years ago. Shortly after the arrival of the Jesuits, Cordoba became an important educational and commercial center. The Jesuits founded the first university of Argentina in 1613, which was also one of the first universities in the Americas. The set of historical buildings of the university that make up the “Manzana Jesuítica” was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000.


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Actually the city of Cordoba is the second most important city of Argentina in terms of geography, economy, politics and culture. Cordoba’s large green spaces, great avenues, historical buildings and the hospitality of its inhabitants make the city a place to take into account when it comes to practicing running tourism.