KALENDAS EN CORDVBA
Initiative of the Tourism Delegation of the City of Cordoba to revive the heritage and Roman legacy of our city: from February 22 to March 17, 2019, Córdoba will enjoy guided tours, visits, yincanas, children's workshops and for adults , oil and wine tastings, cooking workshops, conferences, excursions to archaeological sites in the province, historical re-enactments, theater, hiking and cyclists, etc. etc. But what are the Kalendas? The Romans divided the month into three periods, kalendas, nonas and idus, which corresponded respectively to the new moon, middle moon and full moon. The kalendas indicated the beginning of the month, coinciding with the crescent moon, and therefore, corresponded to day 1. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Roman Bética Route, which covers fourteen cities in Andalusia. Córdoba, a city that was once the capital of the Bética, presents Kalendas in Cordvuba, putting the accent on the archaeological heritage of the city.