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7 viewsShirts, hats, flags, and noise makers for sale everywhere you look in Cordoba as Argentina prepares for its first game.
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18 viewsWe went to an outdoor lounge and sat watching the game with every single person in the country.
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6 viewsDiego Mardona, Argentina's famous coach, pleads for something from the refs.
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11 viewsThe setting along our sidewalk stands.
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10 viewsThere were some tense moments but Argentina beat Nigeria 1-0.
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8 viewsEven though it's the first game in the World Cup the streets went nuts as though they'd just claimed victory.
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7 viewsThat is one big flag.
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9 viewsStreets were closed and traffic rerouted as fans claimed major intersections singing, shouting, honking, and waving flags.
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10 viewsThere were some happy people here in Cordoba.
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10 viewsTaking advantage of the festivities, these two set up a Choripan shop. Sausage sandwiches.
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10 viewsThe top of the beautiful church in the main square pokes out from the trees.
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8 viewsThis less loved church still has its charming art.
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8 viewsAnticipating a trip to the museum, I started taking my own modern art photos.
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7 viewsLooking across the quiet square at siesta time.
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8 viewsA wide (or is it tall) angle look at the church. Stunning detail.
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8 viewsI'm not sure what it is about this angle of the church but it felt very video-game like.
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6 viewsLooking down the main walkway.
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8 viewsDinner at the Tango hostel: the closest you'll get to Colombia without a passport.
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9 viewsNow the Colombians review salsa, merengue, and other dances with us.
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6 viewsBlue and white remains of an epic celebration.
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