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Universidad de Castilla la mancha (antigua fabrica de armas en toledo)_2
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En las antiguas instalaciones de la Fábrica de Armas de Toledo, con más de doscientos años de historia, se levanta el campus tecnológico universitario que ha adoptado su mismo nombre. Se trata de uno de los más singulares recintos universitario que hay actualmente en España, ya que las antiguas naves de producción armamentística se han ido rehabilitando para crear en ellos aularios, laboratorios, biliotecas y zonas deportivas para la actividad docente universitaria.
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