Lagoon Shoreline Park at Navarro

This is a park next to the Lagoon at Navarro Buenos Aires.

Navarro is a small town with a nice lagoon about 110km away from Buenos Aires.

The park has recreational areas for picnic as well as cabins for rent.

Copyright: Luis argerich
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Uploaded: 30/03/2009
Updated: 25/09/2014


Tags: navarro; shoreline; park; lagoon; argentina; rural; town
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