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Segundo aniversario de la fundacion ramseyer dayer argentina
Argentina

Fundación Ramseyer-Dayer

Escenario en la vereda, con motivo de su segundo aniversario.

La Fundación Ramseyer Dayer, es una institución privada sin fines de lucro constituida en junio de 2008 en Madrid, España, con sede en Esperanza, provincia de Santa Fe, Argentina.

Es el homenaje plasmado que Inés Ramseyer Dayer quiere brindar a sus padres, Angela Dayer y Ernesto Ramseyer, y a la ciudad que la formó, a través de este espacio dinámico e innovador que trabaja en pos de la promoción del arte, en la búsqueda de su calidad y excelencia.

Fuente: http://www.fundacionrd.com.ar

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