Colegio Nacional de Monserrat, Cordoba

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Take a tour of the atmospheric corridors and peaceful courtyards of Colegio Nacional de Monserrat, one of the longest-established educational institutions in South America, and one of the most prestigious in Argentina. Founded by the Jesuits in 1687, the college was passed to the Franciscan Order during the 18th century, before becoming public in 1854. Familiarize yourself with the history of the institution, and the lives of its most famous alumni. You'll gain a sense of the school's influence on national events, including the rise of nationalism in the lead up to the 1943 coup, and explore the troubled legacy of colonialism in Argentina. Our Cordoba tourist route planner makes visiting Colegio Nacional de Monserrat and other Cordoba attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • I think there are two tours a day... One at 5 pm and one in the morning ( I think 10am). It lasts an hour. Only costs 10 pesos. There were five in our group. Really interesting for history lovers like...  more »
  • There are not that many older buildings in Cordoba. The school still functions and the furniture has not changed in 40-50 years. It is a treat to visit such an old school with so many traditions. I ju...  more »
  • One of the first and most prestigious school in the Country, the Monserrat school was built and run by the Jesuit for 150 years until they were banned from the Continent by King Carlos III of Bourbon....  more »
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  • I love the MONSE I in the year 2019 I am going but my SR. goes and when count I me already go there lol
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  • Legendary College national and public, with a history and building that deserve to be visited and tours. I am proud to have studied there
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  • Very good school, is not as much as open-minded as the Belgrano but by the who e told is quite good
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  • Part of the Argentine intellectual heritage. Cradle of the University thought. Nice to know.
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  • One of the best schools at the national level. Excellent level of education and demand. Humanistic orientation.
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