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Centro Cultural y Biblioteca Publica Julio Mario Santo Domingo Sala General
Colombia

El Centro Cultural y Biblioteca Julio Mario Santo Domingo es la cuarta biblioteca mayor de BibloRed. Con más de 10 salas especializadas entre las cuales puede encontrar Bebeteca, Sala Infantil y Ludoteca; adicionalmente la Sala General de Lectura, Sala de Internet y Multimedia, entre otras. (Fotografía: Alejandro Carvajal)

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Chargée: 16/09/2011
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