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Es la segunda plaza en importancia en la ciudad de San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina. Esta sobre las calles Santa Fe, 25 de mayo, Muñecas y Av. Sarmiento. Sobre Calle Muñecas se encuentra el Colegio Nacional Bartolomé Mitre donde estudiaron grandes figuras del país. Esta plaza posee distintos tipos de árboles y plantas la cual la hace muy pintoresca además posee una fuente y un lago artificial que están conectados. Se destaca una estatua de Jorge Luis Borges cuyo autor es el desaparecido escultor Herman Langlouis. http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plaza_Urquiza

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