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Esquina Brown Y Pueyrredon Rafaela www.altavista360.com.ar
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Pueyrredon and Brown street Corner in Rafaela, Santa Fe, there is a square (Centenario), and a Cultural Centre.

The Cultural Centre is a theatre and some offices from Italian Society, now in possesion of local Municipality where performances are made several times in a month.

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