Córdoba is the second largest city in , with about 1.4 million inhabitants, and is the capital of Cordoba province. It is known for its rich colonial heritage and its old university, now the second-largest of the country.

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Arabic: كوردوبا, Armenian: Կորդովա, Azerbaijani: Cordoba, Basque: Cordoba, Belarusian: Горад Кордава, Bulgarian: Кордоба, Chechen: Кордова, Chinese: 科尔多瓦, Esperanto: Kordobo, French: Córdoba, Georgian: კორდოვა, German: Córdoba, Greek: Κόρδοβα, Hebrew: קורדובה, Italian: Córdoba, Japanese: コルドバ, Kirghiz: Кордова, Korean: 코르도바, Latin: Corduba, Latvian: Kordova, Lithuanian: Kordoba
Lombard: Còrdoba, Marathi: कोर्दोबा, Mongolian: Кордова хот, Norwegian Nynorsk: Córdoba i Argentina, Occitan (post 1500): Vila de Córdoba, Ossetian: Кордовæ, Persian: کوردوبا، آرژانتین, Piemontese: Còrdoba, Portuguese: Córdoba, Portuguese: Córdova, Russian: Кордова, Samogitian: Kuorduoba, Serbian: Кордоба, Spanish: Ciudad de Córdoba, Spanish: Córdoba, Thai: กอร์โดบา, Ukrainian: Кордова, Urdu: قرطبہ، ارجنٹائن, Veps: Kordov, Western Panjabi: کاردوبا, Yiddish: קארדאבע

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