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Villa Tulumba: a trip to the past

Villa Tulumba, in Cordoba, allows us to travel back in time at the beginning of the 20th century, with its cobbled streets, its old streetlights and its buildings.


The province of Córdoba is full of tourist places that are already classic, and others that are not so much.

Within the latter we can find Villa Tulumba, which is located in the northern area of the province, 143 km from Córdoba Capital.

This area was inhabited by the Sanavirons Indians, who left an important cultural legacy through cave paintings made on the stone walls of Cerro Colorado and Cerro Inti Huasi.

This makes Villa Tulumba one of the most important archaeological sites in Latin America.
Villa Tulumba is also one of theoldest villages in the province ofCórdoba . The city is set with characteristic elements from the beginning of the 20th century, allowing us to transport ourselves in time.

Its cobbled streets, old street lamps and old buildings take us back to other times, with the wonderful environment of nature and the tranquility that surround the place.
All this and much more has to offer us this beautiful city that is worth visiting.

Publication Date: 01/04/2019

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