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San Jeronimo Norte Plaza Central y parroquia Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
Argentina

La localidad de San Jerónimo Norte, se encuentra en el Departamento Las Colonias, provincia de Santa Fe, República Argentina, a 39 km de la capital provincial. Las principales activadades economicas giran en torno a la ganadería (tambos, producción lechera) y la agricualtura (soja y trigo). Con más de 7.000 habitantes, San Jerónimo Norte emerge como una de las pricipales colonias agrícolas de la provincia de Santa Fe. Sus tradiciones suizas que se conservan hasta hoy en día son el razgo distintivo de la localidad.

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

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