Turismo en Argentina
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   Alta Gracia
   Capilla del Monte
   Córdoba
   Cosquín 
   Embalse
   Jesus María
   La Cumbre
   La Cumbrecita
   La Falda
   Mina Clavero
   Nono
   Río Ceballos
   Río Cuarto
   Santa Rosa
   Villa Carlos Paz
   Villa Cura Brochero
   Villa del Dique
   Villa General Belgrano
 
   4 Tracks
   Air Activity
   Nautical Activty
   Horse Riding
   Hiking 
   Hunting
   Fishing
  Climbing
   Mountain Bike
   Paragliding
   Rafting
   Sauna-Spa
   Trekking
 
   Golf Courses
   Ski Resorts
   Argentine Wines
   Rural Tourism
   The Tango  
   Tourist Trains
   Jesuitics buildings
   Nationals Parks
 
 
History of La Cumbre
 
It is a city privileged by the beauties of the environment, the kindness of the climate and an important tourist infrastructure. Their architecture stands out for the big stone large houses, inmersas in having taken care of parks that testify the presence of English immigrants.

Their primitive inhabitants were comechingones groups distributed in San Ignacio, Piu Mayu, Cuchi Corral, Potrerillo and Well of Stone.

In 1585 the area was given in grace to the captain's children Bartolomé Jaimes, one of the proprietors sells its part then to the captain Jerónimo of Quevedo who establishes the here farm San Jerónimo, on which settled later years the population of La Cumbre.
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