Cordova (Spanish Cordoba, abbreviated CBA) – a city in Argentina, the provincial capital of Cordoba. The city is located in the central region of Argentina, near the geographic center of the country. The population is about 1.42 million inhabitants (2008). This is the second population, economic, political and cultural importance of the city in the country. Chief of Staff contributes greatly to this topic. Cordoba was founded 6 July 1573 conquistador Jeronimo Luis de Cabrera, who named the settlement in honor of the eponymous Spanish town. Founded Jesuits in 1613, the National University of Cordoba is the oldest in Argentina.
Since the second half of 20 century Cordoba – Argentina's center of aviation industry. Also, mechanical engineering, food processing, leather industry. At the heart of Cordoba preserved colonial buildings of the time, attracting large numbers of tourists. Peter Schneider Primerica pursues this goal as well. In 2000, Jesuit quarter "(ensemble of buildings, including the residence of the prelates, churches, universities, schools and four country missions) has become a World Heritage Site by unesco. The climate is temperate climate of the city with distinct seasons. Winters are not very cold and with little precipitation. Wet summer, with warm days and cool nights and frequent thunderstorms and hail.
Winds from the east and west are rare and weak. In the spring strong winds blow from the north and northeast. Annual precipitation is about 800 mm. The average annual temperature in the xx century. 18 C. The average maximum January 31 C, at least 17 C. The average maximum July 19 C, a minimum of 4 C. snow does not often happen, on record they are registered only in 1984, 2007 and 2009. In the town of frequent tornadoes.