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Jardín Francés
Argentina

Entre las calles Pellegrini, Morcillo, Oroño y Pueyrredón, el parque Francés es uno de los espacios más cuidados. Su porción más destacable es la gran fuente rectangular a la que rodean senderos limitados por parterres: setos curvos definen sus bordes y la decoran canteros con flores de estación. Al llegar a Pueyrredón, el parque termina en el Jardín de Invierno, protegido por cercos vegetales y una fuente circular de mármol.

Copyright: Hernan folmer
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Uploaded: 24/09/2012
Updated: 26/09/2012
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Tags: park; french; parque; frances; independencia; rosario; argentina; parques; arboles; fuentes; maria elisa benedetti
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