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Llambi Campbell Parroquia Santisima Trinidad Marcelo Botta
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Llambi Campbell es una comuna argentina del departamento La Capital en la provincia de Santa Fe.  A 50 km de la capital provincial, Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz, ya forma parte de esta -con otras localidades- del aglomerado urbano Gran Santa Fe. Contaba con 2.494 habitantes (INDEC, 2001).

Una característica particular d Llambi Campbell son sus dos avenidas diagonales que cruzan el pueblo y se encuentran en la plaza central.

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Uploaded: 08/06/2012
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