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LA CASA

The house was built in 2005, following the construction traditions of the place, where adobe, stone and wood predominate.


Designed and conceived from its beginnings as a meeting place, Casa Nubera aims to continue the legacy and spirit of its former owners by opening its doors to residents to experience and learn from the natural and ancestral environment that the valley offers.

THE HOUSE

The house was built in 2005, following the building traditions of the area, in which adobe, stone and wood predominate.


 

Designed and conceived from the beginning as a meeting place, Casa Nubera aims to continue the legacy and spirit of its former owners by opening its doors to residents to experience and learn from the natural and ancestral environment that the valley offers.

The house was built in 2005, following the construction traditions of the place, where adobe, stone and wood predominate.


Designed and conceived from its beginnings as a meeting place, Casa Nubera aims to continue the legacy and spirit of its former owners by opening its doors to residents to experience and learn from the natural and ancestral environment that the valley offers.

The house has three light and airy bedrooms, each with two single beds, and two bathrooms for shared use. All the rooms have beautiful views, where you can see the El Pelado hill, the dam and the lavandal of the house.

 

A large table fills the centre of the dining room, with views of the Aconquija peaks, the Angostura dam, the Pelado hill and the Ñuñorco hill. The dining room has a grill integrated to the house.

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EL TERRITORIO

TAFÍ DEL VALLE

The house was built in 2005, following the construction traditions of the place, where adobe, stone and wood predominate.


Designed and conceived from its beginnings as a meeting place, Casa Nubera aims to continue the legacy and spirit of its former owners by opening its doors to residents to experience and learn from the natural and ancestral environment that the valley offers.

THE TERRITORY

THE VALLEY OF TAFÍ

Tafí del Valle is a city in the Calchaquí Valleys, in northwestern Argentina, 107 km away from the capital of the province of Tucumán.

The valley is a tectonic depression, 2,000 meters above sea level, framed by mountains over 3,000 meters high. A watershed of rivers and streams give life to this region. The Tafí river flows into the La Angostura dam, which becomes a biodiverse wetland contributing to the natural beauty of the valley, to which you access by crossing winding mountain roads of abundant vegetation. The original Diaguitas inhabitants called it "The town of the splendid entrance", an expression that is widely understood when you experience the valley; for its landscape, its history and its energy. Tafí provokes an immersive experience of influence with a grandiose nature, cultural diversity and ancestral pre-Columbian history.

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