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Parque de berrio medellin
Medellin

El Parque de Berrío, o simplemente Parque Berrío, como los habitantes locales lo conocen popularmente, es un parque urbano ubicado en pleno corazón geográfico de la ciudad colombiana de Medellín; es un centro fundacional, un ícono urbano, quizá el más históricamente significativo de la urbe, donde los antioqueños han confluido y considerado por generaciones como principal lugar de encuentro y como principal referente de su ciudad frente a visitantes y foráneos.

fuente: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parque_de_Berrío

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Uploaded: 27/08/2010
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Tags: parque; berrio; medellin; colombia; antioquia; metro de medellin
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