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La Biblioteca Pública Virgilio Barco es una de las cuatro bibliotecas mayores de la Red Capital de Bibliotecas Públicas de Bogotá. Ofrece amplios espacios para la lectura y rincones iluminados donde se puede disfrutar del paisaje natural del parque que la rodea. (Fotografía Alejandro Carvajal)

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