Palacio de Cultura Inner Yard - www.RepublicaMagica.com.ar

This is the inner yard from Palacio de Cultura (Culture Palace) in Republica de los Niños theme park, Gonnet, La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is a museum and contains a big collection of puppets and marionettes from all over the world. For more 360 panos from this theme park, please visit www.RepublicaMagica.com.ar

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Uploaded: 26/02/2009
Updated: 17/10/2014


Tags: palace; yard; museum; museo internacional del muñeco; palacio de los muñecos; republica de los niños; palacio de cultura; puppets; marionette; titeres; aladino; aladdin
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