Cerro Colorado is a small town in the province of Córdoba that history has chosen as the custodian of a great treasure: 30,000 pictograms on eaves and hidden behind the vegetation, which have been painted by the natives that lived in the region. But, the lack of protection endangers the existence of this natives’ treasure.
Locro is the typical expression or South American gastronomy. It is a thick kind of stew with a long-standing tradition among Argentine people. History shows that this dish has been part of our gastronomy for many years. Due to its irresistible flavor, it is always present on national holidays or cold winter days.