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Municipal Band sunday afternoon at the Agriculture National Park in Esperanza
Argentina

La Banda Municipal tocando al aire libre en el parque Nacional de la Agricultura, un domingo a la tarde, como todos los domingos.

Copyright: Marcelo Botta
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