- Jan 12, 2020
Hello friends, this is a walk along Av. Cordoba in Buenos Aires.
It is an extensive avenue that runs parallel to Santa Fe and Corrientes avenues for a long distance.
It runs 8.2 km through 9 neighborhoods of the city, being a dividing avenue between them. Since 1822, a decree established that from Callao Avenue to the west the artery had to have a width of 30 yards, but in the central section reaching the current Alem Avenue, it was a narrow street since colonial times. It was not until July 1904 that a municipal ordinance forced the removal of the new buildings, allowing the widening of the Callao-Alem section in stages, inaugurated in 1945 by President Edelmiro Farrell, as recalled by a plaque in the square of Córdoba and Callao.