CORDOBA , a
See also:town of the state of
See also:Vera Cruz, Mexico, 55 M . W.S.W. of the
See also:port of Vera Cruz, in a highly fertile valley, near the
See also:volcano of
See also:Orizaba, and 288o ft. above
See also:sea-level . Pop . (1895) 7974• The surrounding
See also:district produces
See also:tobacco and
See also:coffee, C6rdoba being one of the
See also:principal coffee-producing centres of Mexico . It also manufactures
See also:cotton and woollen fabrics . The town is regularly laid out and built of
See also:stone, and contains several handsome edifices, chief of which is the old
See also:cathedral . C6rdoba was a town of considerable importance in colonial times, but fell into decay after the revolution . The
See also:rail-way from Vera Cruz to Mexico, which passes through it, and the development of coffee production, have helped the city to recover a
See also:part of its lost
See also:trade .
GONZALO FERNANDEZ DE CORDOBA (1453–15.15)
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