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Piazzale Antonio Rosmini
Trieste

Il giardino in Piazzale Rosmini è una delle mete preferite dalle mamme e dai papà che vogliono portare i propri bambini a divertirsi su alcuni giochi, passando del tempo in quel poco di verde che la città di Trieste propone.

Copyright: Matteo Leoni
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Uploaded: 03/01/2011
Updated: 13/08/2014
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Tags: trieste; piazzale antonio rosmini; piazza; giardino; parco; giochi; parco giochi; piazzale rosmini
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