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We tell you all about the Meeting of the Collectivities held in Alta Gracia. A unique meeting of diversity and
| 11 February, 2020 |

This year the 33° editiontakes place. Every year it’s a party and a surprise. For this reason, the people of Cordoba are looking forward to this meeting. This is the Meeting of the Collectivities, which has its own property in the city of Alta Gracia. So much is the call that preparations always start a little ahead of the stipulated dates.

Summer Cordoba is full of events and festivals. Between January and February, the public organizers, private event production companies and more will be they agree to fill us with parties.

In this case, the event invites the whole family to the city which is only 36 km from the capital of Cordoba. But he also invites bands of friends who want to have fun. It’s five days of pure agitate and happiness. Thousands of artists from all over the country come to share their talents with all the Cordoba people. The days start at around 21, although the schedules vary year after year. And they end around 1am. Tickets are within all accessible, as the presentations are by several artists at once. Each with a special and unique repertoire. In no edition of this event pay: neither children up to 12 years, nor pensioners over 65, nor people with different abilities. Therefore, it is always filled with family groups willing to enjoy. It’s a festival for everyone!

Everything and for everyone

In addition, the offer of activities is very varied. Musical offer, unpublished shows, unique gastronomic stalls and an unforgettable festive climate. The meeting of the Collectivities is one of the events that we most look forward to attending. All the Cordobeses we meet there sharing unique days.

The gastronomic tents are from Arabs including German, Armenian, Brazilian, Cuban and Spanish. The offer and culinary activity is international. Communities of Italy, Iraq and France, are also involved. Among thousands more.

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