foto tomada en el centro del parque 9 de julio. 

parque 9 de Julio con una extensión de 400 hectáreas. Se inauguró en 1916 para las fiestas del centenario de la Independencia, siendo Gobernador de Tucumán Don Ernesto Padilla. De las atracciones que se pueden encontrar en el parque se destacan: el reloj floral, la pérgola y la fuente luminosa. Entre las numerosas esculturas figuran: La Vestal, el Apolo, Joven en Oración y La Venus de Milo.


Copyright: Juan Pablo
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Taken: 13/09/2011
送信日: 13/09/2011
更新日: 10/10/2014


Tags: parque 9 de julio; san miguel de tucumán; tucuman; paseos360
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