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Concierto al interior del Tunel San Cristobal, Santiago Chile
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This is the first classical music concert inside a tunnel in Latin America. This concert was in the tunnel 06/19/2011 San Cristobal, Santiago de Chile, attended by about 1,500 people. It lasted about 1 hour.

Copyright: Leonardo fuica babogredac
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Uploaded: 02/07/2011
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Tags: tunnel; concert; san cristobal; interior; music; chile; santiago
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