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Casona municipal Córdoba - Planta baja - ph Marcelo Botta
Argentina

Construida a fines del SXIX con un estilo arquitectónico ecléctico, esta casona que forma parte del paisaje urbano cordobés fue vivienda de la tradicional familia Galíndez, por lo que es conocida también como Casa Galíndez.

Tras oficiar en en la década de 1960 como sede del Ministerio de Educación de la Provincia de Córdoba fue cerrada por largo tiempo hasta que la Municipalidad de Córdoba la rescató del olvido y la habilitó como centro cultural en 1987.

En 2011 fue restaurada por completo y refuncionalizada. Hoy es un concurrido centro de difusión donde tienen vida las más variadas expresiones del arte plástico, la música, el teatro, la literatura y el video. Promociona a jóvenes artistas locales y representantes del arte experimental.

En sus renovadas instalaciones, subsuelo, salón de planta baja y 32 salas se realizan muestras y talleres de diferentes expresiones artísticas.

Fuente: http://www.cordoba.gov.ar

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Uploaded: 05/08/2013
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