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Plaza Independencia - San Miguel de Tucumán - Tucumán - Paseos360
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La Plaza Independencia es una importante plaza argentina de la ciudad de San Miguel de Tucumán. Se la considera el kilómetro 0 de la provincia de Tucumán y se encuentra rodeada de importantes edificios. En ella confluyen ciudadanos, turistas, comerciantes y espectáculos culturales. Las calles que la rodean son 24 de Septiembre al Sur, San Martín al Norte, Laprida al Este y 25 de Mayo al Oeste.

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Uploaded: 27/08/2011
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