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Villa Libertador San Martín Entre Rios ph Marcelo Botta
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Libertador San Martín es una localidad dentro de todo pequeña pero con gran movimiento debido a la presencia de la Universidad Aventista del Plata y del Sanatorio Adventista del Plata. También desde ya hace varios años, el Centro Adventista de Vida Sana ha alcanzado trascendencia nacional e influye en la economía local.

Ubicación de Libertador

Libertador San Martín está ubicada a unos 45 km de Paraná, la capital de la provincia de Entre Ríos. Cerca de las ciudades de Crespo y Diamante en el departamento Diamante, distrito El Palmar.

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Uploaded: 28/03/2013
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