Las Estancias Jesuíticas are ranches that were founded at the beginning of the XVII century to sustain the educational institutions that the religious order had in the capital city of Córdoba: the university (the first in Argentina) and the Monserrat school. Currently, there are five of them and they are located near the capital. Together with the Jesuit Square in the capital, they make up the Road of the Estancias that was declared a Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in the year 2000. This set of colonial buildings is one of the oldest preserved in the city and, therefore, this historical route is traditional in the area.

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