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Eucaliptus en el predio del FFCC
Argentina

Espectáculo común a todos los pueblos donde pasa el ferrocarril, los gigantescos árboles de eucaliptus dan sombra y funcionan como cortina de vientos.

En la década de 1990, por pedido de los vecinos de la calle adyacente, en el barrio sur, se sacaron 2-3 líneas de árboles, ya que por su gran altura las casas permanecían en la sombra durante el invierno, lo que ocasionaba continuos problemas de humedad y trastornos de salud a sus ocupantes.

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Uploaded: 16/07/2013
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