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Casa de la colonia-museo de arte hector borla- expone marcelo botta
Argentina

La Casa de la Colonia es uno de los edificios más antiguos en pie de la ciudad de Esperanza, erigido por la familia Denner

Hoy funciona allí el Museo de Arte Héctor Borla y la sede de la Asociación de Artistas Plásticos Esperancinos.

En esta ocasión con una muestra fotográfica de Marcelo Botta que se puede apreciar en

http://www.altavista360.com.ar/botta.php

Copyright: Marcelo Botta
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Taken: 20/05/2011
Uploaded: 25/05/2011
Updated: 11/06/2012
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