Placid and dynamic city in Veracruz with a history very different to most other villas founded by th ...
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The calm and amiable colonial city of Cordoba offers visitors an agreeable tour around its Central P ...
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Av. 2 Calle 13
Av. 11 Calle 40
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Schools in Córdoba
INSTITUTO BLINGÜE CARLOS DICKENS
Private basic and high school education.
1 era Manzana del Barrea ...
Hospitals in Córdoba
Tel. (271) 714 7722
Av. 13 - 429 Col. Centro
Phone (271) 712 783 ...
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