Córdoba is one of Argentina’s most underrated cities, but you won’t be disappointed by it if you happen to be a huge architecture lover. Buildings that embrace many different architectural styles are scattered around this city, and these three will make you see it in a whole new light.
Iglesia del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús
One of the best examples of the Gothic revival style in all of Argentina, this church is truly a sight to behold. It opened its doors in 1934, and its intricately carved columns and soaring bell tower with amazing panoramic views still look as amazing as they did the first day.
Evita Fine Arts Museum
One of Córdoba’s most visited cultural institutions, Evita Fine Arts Museum was built at the very beginning of the 20th century, and it’s a heaven on earth for fans of classic architecture. After exploring its exterior, make sure to check out its art collection and sculpture garden.
Museo Emilio Caraffa
If you prefer architecture with a more modern feel, Museo Emilio Caraffa is the place to be. The building that it’s housed in perfectly blends classic and contemporary architecture, and it’s instantly recognizable thanks to its glass windows of diverse transparencies.