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The castle Pittamiglio in Las Flores, Maldonado, Uruguay
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The castle built by Humberto Pittamiglio in Las Flores, Maldonado, Uruguay. Pittamiglio Humberto was a Uruguayan architect who lived between 1887 and 1966.

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Uploaded: 28/01/2013
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