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Templo San Carlos Borromeo
Argentina

Templo San Carlos Borromeo y plaza San Martín en San Carlos Centro, Santa Fe.

La ciudad de San Carlos Centro, se encuentra ubicada en el Departamento Las Colonias, Provincia de Santa Fe en la República Argentina, a 38 km de la capital provincial.


Fundada por Carlos Beck Bernard, de la Sociedad Colonizadora Suiza Beck y Herzog, sus primeros pobladores fueron inmigrantes suizos, alemanes, franceses e italianos, que llegaron a Santa Fe por vía fluvial en 1858.

fuente: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Carlos_Centro

Panorama tomada por Ciro.

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Uploaded: 14/10/2010
Updated: 01/09/2014
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