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The Seven Wonders of Cordoba

The province of Córdoba has wonderful landscapes. We tell you what are the seven natural wonders of Cordoba.
La provincia de Córdoba cuenta con paisajes maravillosos
| 24 October, 2019 |

The province of Córdoba, located in the center of the country, has wonderful landscapes. That is why, in 2008, La Voz del Interior in conjunction with the Córdoba Tourism Agency decided to make a ranking of the most beautiful landscapes. These wonders were organized into two categories: natural wonders and artificial wonders. We tell you here what are the seven wonders of Cordoba

1) Laguna Mar Chiquita and bathtubs of the Rio Dulce

Located in the town of Miramar, is the Mar Chiquita lagoon. It is an “inland sea”, as some call it, located in the northwest of the province of Cordoba. This place surprises us with flamingos, salt water and a very particular variety of native flora and fauna. Most of the landscape is considered a nature reserve in the province of Cordoba. That is why it is a very touristic place that offers guides, lodgings and various activities.

2) Cerro Champaquí

It is the largest peak in the province, belongs to the Sierras Chicas. Its height is 2790 m and, if you climb it, you will find the most incredible panoramic view of the province. However, it is better to do it accompanied by someone who knows the way, with water reserves and only if you already have a trekkingcourt.

3) Broken of the Condorito

This Cordoba National Park earned its fame as the natural habitat of the Andean condor. It is located in the Cordón de las Sierras Grandes, 85 km west of the city of Córdoba. Getting to this park and watching these condors unfold their wings is really a wonder of nature.

4) Cerro Colorado

It is a natural and cultural reserve, in addition to being a very important pictographic site. History is breathed in this territory; this space is known for having been the land of Atahualpa Yupanqui. When visiting Cerro Colorado, we visit our ancestors, as it houses pictography of the native Cordobes Sanavirones and Comechingones.

5) The Caves of Ongamira

The Caves of Ongamira represent the origin of the Cordovan culture. These caves were the home of our ancestors the Comechingons. These are natural formations that, in addition to showing us a bit of our history, offer us an unmissable landscape.

6) Cerro Uritorco

Cerro Uritorco is known for its mysticism and magic. The bad languages of Cordoba (who like “chamuyar” a lot) tell that the hill once housed aliens. Hence its fame, its annual number of visitors and its well-known trekkings.

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