I wrote! Reader NotesGo to section
The charming province of Cordoba, as well as being the heart of the country, is a famous catcher. It is that with its Sierras it captivates you , with its city you fall in love and with the tune of its inhabitants it mesmerizes you. Therefore, many times visitors disarm their luggage and stay for long stays enjoying the dynamics that this province offers. We tell you the story of eight personalities who lived in Cordoba and you certainly didn't know.
His full name was Lino Claro Honorio Enea Spilimbergo . He is considered one of the great personalities of Argentine art. He served as a painter and engraver. Born in Buenos Aires in 1896, he chose Unquillo as the perfect place for his life and death. He emigrated to the Sierras Chicas in Cordoba in 1952. There he painted many of his great works that today are preserved in the house where he lived.
An excellent Argentine writer , recognized for his unmistakable prose. Daniel Moyano was born in Buenos Aires, spent his childhood in Cordoba and lived in La Rioja. During the last military dictatorship, he was arrested. When he was released, he emigrated to Spain, where he died in 1992. However, he always kept his Cordoba tune, because of his stay in this blessed land.
This Hollywood imminence had its Cordovan times. Although he was born in New York, he lived a long time in Argentina. And Punilla was one of the destinations that saw him grow . Over time, during his stay, Viggo Mortensen went argentinizing: he learned to drink mate and some words from lunfardo. In addition, he became a fan of one of the biggest clubs in the Argentine league: San Lorenzo de Almagro.
In fact, he was born in San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca, in 1863. But he chose Cordoba's land to grow as an artist. The Provincial Museum of Fine Arts of the city bears its name in honor of its performance in the province. He died in La Cumbre, Córdoba, in 1939.
This former Argentine president, who held his public office between 1963 and 1966, had his golden times in Cordoba. In addition to his political career, he practiced as a doctor. It was in Cruz del Eje where his patients expected him to arrive in a wagon or sulky to assist them.
The blessed woman who invented the quartet, who is venerated by all Cordoba and should even be beatified . Leonor Marzano is a saint, but chose what would be Cordoba of fernet and birra to create this musical genre that today constitutes our identity and musicalizes all our landscapes. It is the greatest personality of the tunga tunga cordobés. And, every June 4, we celebrate the existence of a Leonor that gave rise to this invention.
This Argentine writer, researcher, journalist and creator lived part of his life in the province of fernet and pepperina. The corner he chose was La Cumbre, a residence called “El Paraíso”. As one of the titles of his cycle of historical novels, Guests in El Paraiso (1957). With the creativity that constitutes it and the need to move away from the Mysterious Buenos Aires (1950), he settled in the place where he would wait for death. Currently, the residence is home to the Mujica Lainez Foundation and tourist attraction in the area.
Ernesto “El Che” Guevara lived for a few years in Alta Gracia. The house we know today as a museum that takes us to explore the life of this exponent of the Argentine era . A political personality with unshakable ideals that would represent us globally and form part of universal history. Che, in addition to being Argentine, was also a little Cordovan.
Publication Date: 25/08/2020
We suggest you continue reading the following notes:
There are not comments
One day like today was founded one of the most beautiful cities in northern Argentina. We are talkin...
It takes place in the Iberá Esteros. Water harreo, little by little, becomes a surprising tourist at...
Stainless background of the most important Argentine events since 1936, the highest Buenos Aires sym...
The talented bassist and producer of the great Argentine band released “Los Textos Silver Tape”, a l...