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Plaza Temuco Museo

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Vista de la plaza de armas de temuco al iniciar el otoño.

"Temuco es la capital de la Región de La Araucanía y de la Provincia de Cautín, Chile. Se ubica a 670 Kilómetros al sur de Santiago, la capital de Chile. Por su entorno lleno de belleza y por su cercanía a una serie de balnearios lacustres, constituye un centro desde el cual parten diversos circuitos turísticos..."

Fuente: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temuco

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