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Plaza frente iglesia
Argentina

En esta vista se pueden apreciar los nuevos árboles de naranjo amargo, ya que la nevada de 2007 dañó irreversiblemente los que rodeaban la plaza y le daban una identidad particular. Fueron colocados solamente en esta calle.

La Parroquia de Ucacha festejó en Mayo de 2012 su 75º aniversario. A su derecha se encuentra el salón parroquial, donde se efectuan reuniones y cursos de catequesis (en un principio era el Templo). Y a la derecha está el acceso al nuevo Oratorio ( http://www.panoramio.com/photo/85971718 )

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