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Plaza 9 de julio
Argentina

La plaza "9 de Julio" tuvo varias remodelaciones en su historia, siendo la última en 2011, al cambiarse todos los mosaicos de sus recorridos y colocando una plataforma para eventos y una fuente de agua (habilitada las noches de fin de semana e iluminada con luces de colores)

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Uploaded: 02/07/2013
Updated: 07/05/2014
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