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Dique La Vina Cordoba
Argentina

A 33 km de Mina Clavero, sobre el curso del río de los Sauces en la provincia de Córdoba, se encuentra el Dique La Viña o Embalse Ing. Luis Antonio Medina Allende, en honor a su impulsor. El espejo de agua completa 1.050 ha.

Fuente: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dique_de_La_Vi%C3%B1a

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Uploadet: 08/02/2011
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