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Salmona's “Park Towers” Bogota Colombia
Colombia

Las torres del Parque Salmona son ícono de la arquitectura latinoamericana. Estos edificios fueron diseñados por el arquitecto colombiano Rogelio Salmona, reconocido por sus construcciones en forma de esculturas, donde se destaca el uso del ladrillo como acabado final.

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