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Monument to José de San Martín in Bogota
Colombia
El monumento a José de San Martín, prócer de la independencia latinoamericana, es una escultura ecuestre, inaugurada en mayo de 1941, es una reproducción de la escultura ubicada en Buenos Aires de Joseph Louis Daumas y fue donada por Argentina.
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