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Escuela de música Remo Pignoni y profesorado Joaquín Gonzalez- Rafaela
Argentina

Escuela de música Remo Pignoni, y Profesorado Joaquín V. Gonzalez, Rafaela, Santa Fe.

Mas datos en:

http://www.isp2rafaela.edu.ar/op/carreras-ampliar.asp?i=37

http://www.rafaela.gov.ar/es/EscMusica.aspx

Mas panorámicas en www.altavista360.com.ar

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www.altavista360.com.ar

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