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Old Gauchat's inmigrant family house in Esperanza Santa Fe
Argentina

This is a very old house from Esperanza colony foundation, dating more than 150 years now, according to their owners (allthough this was not proved) residence of Gauchat's inmigrant family.

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Uploadet: 14/05/2010
Opdateret: 01/09/2014
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Tags: esperanza; history; colony; gauchat; colonial; architecture; inmigrant; old
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