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British Neighborhood, Batten Cottage , Rosario , Argentina
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El barrio Batten Cottage está ubicado en el distrito norte, en el área que rodea a las construcciones de la empresa NCA y al Parque Scalabrini Ortiz.

Construido por los obreros del ferrocarril mantiene un estilo inglés puro. A pesar de su falta de mantenimiento, el Batten Cottage es uno de los barrios más históricos y representativos de Rosario.

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Copyright: Fernando a. riego
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Uploaded: 16/10/2012
Updated: 15/09/2014
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Tags: british; neigh; rosario; santa fe; argentina; barrio ingles; ferrocarril; ffcc
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