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Patio guerrico
Argentina

Esta escuela primaria fue fundada el 20 de Setiembre de 1909, y se trasladó a su actual edificio en 1953.

Se puede observar al norte la vieja caballeriza, los Juegos Ecológicos y la Estación Metereológica "Jorge Lucas Tamagnini". Al este la huerta orgánica, protegida por los muros de la escuela.

Recientemente el patio interno fue techado y es el salón de actos.

Al sur se ve la antigua casa del Director, que fue remodelada y ampliada, albergando a la Escuela Especial "San José", y el Jardín de Infantes "Martín Guerrico", inaugurado en 1961.

Cuando se tomó la fotografía las hamacas habían sido retiradas para mantenimiento..

La página oficial de la escuela es http://escuelamgucacha.blogspot.com.ar/

Copyright: Daniel Valdano
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13086x6543
Taken: 30/06/2013
Uploaded: 02/07/2013
Updated: 07/05/2014
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