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Historically, the Christmas tree was prepared on the iconic Plaza España, where the structures that made up the monument became giant wrapped gifts . However, with a reorganization of the city, this tradition was put aside and an imposing tree was put together in another of the key structures of the city. This is the tree of the Bicentennial Lighthouse. A monument located meters from Sarmiento Park and strategically located in the Historical Archive of the City. This intervention continues to take place, as every year. And it's always a delight to see the colorful lighting that gives vivid to the city.
However, due to the current epidemiological situation there was no ceremony or act for the lighting of the Christmas tree located in the vicinity of Deodoro Roca street corner Carlos Thays . But there is a novelty: this year the tapes, lights and balloons of the structure will accompany the rhythm of the audio system that has a repertoire of ten Christmas songs.
In total, the tree consists of 44 strips of 100 meters, 300 new white lighting balloons, the star at the tip of the Faro and two looks for 14-ray skies also at the top of the structure. Also, the Sarmiento Park will have a bright atmosphere accompanying the Christmas tree facilities. Illuminated retro gifts, floating RGB balloons at the fountain, and figurines of reindeer and sleds were placed in the vicinity of the tree. But another intervention was also created in the city...
This Christmas everything is different, and we Cordoba know how to adapt. Another tree surprised us with a new design, and located in the center district, a few meters from the Plaza de la Intendencia. The receipt of such a Christmas intervention was done through an act headed by the mayor Martín Llaryora. The brand new ornamentation, allusive at the end of the year, is located on the corner of Caseros and Bolivar. Sector that became pedestrian this same year, when the “supermanzana” was inaugurated.
On the same day of Our Lady, a few hours after the beginning of December 8, Mayor Martín Llaryora led the “opening” and lighting of the Christmas tree that the city of Cordoba offers in the center for this end of the year. In response to that date, followed by religious issues, and foreseeing the tradition that these types of ornaments have by the end of the year, Llaryora disseminated the initiative.
“ We lit our sustainable Christmas tree, made with recycled plastic materials that our city's neighbors separated in their homes,” he said. In this context, he stressed that “the superblock of the Plaza de la Intendencia was filled with colors”, alluding to the lights and recyclable plastic elements that were used for its manufacture. “ I want to thank the Cordobeses for the effort they make in the household separation of waste and to those who intervened in this action that makes this effort visible”, added the mayor on the spot.
It should be noted that whoever circulates around the place, in addition to the lighting placed, will encounter this tree and “buckets” made with compacted aluminum cans. The latter elements, found in the Caseros stables overlooking the Courts Palace and Palacio 6 de Julio, simulate the gift boxes on the sides of the tree that complement the landscape.
About this new Eco tree, we do not know if it will continue to accompany us for years to come, but we do know some features of its structure. As for example, it has 8 meters high with 6 fins of 3.5 meters , while the materials were purchased from the differentiated collection and thanks to the work of the Centro Verde Norte.
Publication Date: 24/12/2020
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