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Colonia Cavour Escuela nº 330
Argentina
Colonia Cavour es una localidad y comuna del departamento Las Colonias, en la provincia de Santa Fe, República Argentina. A 50 km de la ciudad capital de la provincia deSanta Fe. La colonia que dio origen al nombre fue fundada en el año 1869 por el Sr. Lambruschini, distante 9 leguas de Santa Fe, con una tierra vegetal de superior calidad, lagunas de agua permanente, cañadas y terrenos accidentados, que invitaban a la colonización. http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonia_Cavour
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