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Rafaela's San Rafael cathedral and central square - marcelo botta
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The city of Rafaela is located central west of Santa Fe province, and it's the head of Castellano's Department. It was founded in 1881.

The cathedral was consecrated to Saint Raphael the Archangel, and it's construction began in 1908.

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