La Falda, Cordoba, Argentina

More Photos La Falda is a town in the province of Córdoba, Argentina, located 79 km (49 mi) from Córdoba and 800 km from Buenos Aires. It had about 15,000 inhabitants at the 2001 census [INDEC]. La Falda lies at the foot of two small mountains (Cerro El Cuadrado and Cerro La Banderita), and it is part of an important tourist circuit of the province (the Punilla Valley). The Punilla Department includes other tourist sites like Villa Carlos Paz, Los Cocos, La Cumbre and Capilla del Monte. La Falda is home to the historic "Eden Hotel" (now a public part and historic site/museum that does not host hotel guests) which was visited by Albert Einstein. Adolf Hitler was invited to stay in the hotel and protected by their owners, nazi fanatics. The main street and hub of activity for the town is "Avenue Eden". Wikipedia

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