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Parque Guillermina Otoño
Argentina
Parque Guillermina (San Miguel de Tucumán ) Oficialmente denominado Parque Batalla de Tucumán, se lo llama Guillermina en honor a Guillermina Lestón de Guzmán, quién donó las tierras donde se asienta dicho paseo. Se ubica sobre Avenida Mate de Luna, en el sector poniente de San Miguel de Tucumán.
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Uploaded: 30/06/2012
Updated: 15/10/2014
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