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Barrio Paris Londres
Santiago

El barrio paris-londres es uno de los barrios patrimoniales que se ubican en la ciudad de santiago de chile. Se ubica detrás, en dirección hacia el sur, de la Iglesia de San Francisco, caminando desde la calle a la entrada de la iglesia (calle londrés) se recorren algunos metros y se puede llegar al lugar. Esta locación es escenario frecuente de campañas publicitarias en medios audiovisuales.

En la panorámica se muestra justo la intersección de la calle londres con parís, se pueden ver más panorámicas de santiago en el sitio:

Sitios de interés de Santiago de chile en 360°, este sitio toma el banco de panoramás de www.vrpanoramas.cl y los pone en una interfaz más amigable.

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Uploaded: 06/03/2009
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