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ENTRADA CASA PATRONAL FUNDO LOS PERALES - Requínoa

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Requínoa tambien se destaca por su Patrimonio Nacional que corresponde a la CASA PATRONAL FUNDO LOS PERALES por Decreto D.S. 351 del 05 Junio 1995.

Esta casa tiene ya casi doscientos años y, gracias a los cuidados de sus propietarios, se mantiene en perfecto estado y es una bella manifestación de la arquitectura tradicional del valle central de Chile.

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