Explore interesting sights in Cordoba, Argentina. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Cordoba, Argentina.Sightseeing Tours in Cordoba
1. Teatro Real
The Teatro Real is a complex or cultural space with rooms for theater and other activities such as: talks, courses, conventions, didactic functions, cycles, programs for retirees, programs for people with disabilities in Córdoba, Argentina. The Comedia Cordobesa, the Comedia Infanto Juvenil and the Teatro Estable de Títeres are the official artistic bodies that develop their activities in the Theater. It also works on artistic education policies through an annual plan for training and professional improvement of stable bodies and young creators. Its activities begin in February and remain until December. The Theatre works from Thursday to Sunday, and from Monday to Friday administrative tasks. Approximately 100 people work in this organization.
2. Museo Provincial de Ciencias Naturales Dr. Arturo Umberto Illía
The Museo Provincial de Ciencias Naturales Presidente Doctor Arturo Illia is a natural history museum located in Sarmiento Park in the city of Córdoba, Argentina. It is named in honor of the former Argentine president, Arturo Illia. It depends administratively on the provincial government. It brings together a permanent exhibition in 3 levels of exhibition, develops research tasks in biology laboratories, has a workshop for the reproduction of pieces and a repository where the collections are safeguarded and preserved. Throughout its history it operated in four locations. It currently operates in the building formerly occupied by the Forum of Democracy, which was remodeled to be used as a museum and reopened in 2007.
3. Plaza Colón
Plaza Colón is one of the most beautiful squares in the city of Córdoba. It is located between Colón Avenue and Rodríguez Peña, Avellaneda and Santa Rosa streets in Barrio Alberdi. It was built in 1888 with the name of Plaza Juárez Celman, renamed Plaza Colón in 1892, being remodeled in 1955 and in 2022. The fountain, statues, columns, masts and planters were part of the Argentine Pavilion at the Universal Exhibition in Paris (1889) and were delivered to Córdoba by the President of the Nation Miguel Juárez Celman, who was a native of that city.
4. Iglesia de los Capuchinos
The Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, better known as the Church of the Capuchins, is located in the city of Córdoba, Argentina at the intersection of Buenos Aires and Obispo de Oro streets. The Church of the Capuchins belongs to the Franciscan Order and was chosen as the First Artificial Wonder of the City. Its construction began in 1926 and was completed in 1934. It was the first Argentine church made with reinforced concrete.
5. Basílica de Santo Domingo
The Basilica of Santo Domingo is a Catholic temple located in the central streets of Deán Funes and Vélez Sársfield, in the city of Córdoba (Argentina), is one of the most important temples in the country. He witnessed fundamental facts, from the very birth of the nation. It currently keeps part of the historical, cultural and architectural heritage of the country.
6. Faro del Bicentenario
The Bicentennial Lighthouse or Faro del Bicentenario is a lighthouse-like monument located in Sarmiento Park, Córdoba, Argentina. It stands 335 feet. The opening was attended by Cordoba Governor Juan Schiaretti who said that it was intended to serve as a city icon.
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