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Tile Museum in arboretum Lussich
Uruguay

The museum has about 500 tiles dating from the nineteenth century, from France, mainly Desvres. The collection belongs to the architect Alejandro Artucio also received contributions from Dr. John Reneé Delger and Mr. Daniel Vignoly.

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