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Pole aerial panorama - street through railways and Inmigrants Square
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6 meters pole aerial panorama of the recently opened Sarmiento street in Esperanza, Santa Fe. This street was historicaly an obstruction to a troncal circulation in Esperanza, to get opened was necesary to remodel the Inmigrant's square, in which a scultural group is placed, depicting a traditional inmigrants family, by Erni Borla local artist.

Copyright: Marcelo botta
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Uploaded: 24/07/2010
Updated: 01/09/2014
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Tags: railways; inmigrants; esperanza; santa fe; square; pap; pole; aerial; pole aerial; panorama
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