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Ventorrillo de la Buena Vista, Inside, Villa Serrana, Minas, Uruguay.
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The Ventorrillo of Buena Vista is an emblematic building of Villa Serrana, in Minas, Uruguay, was built in 1945 by the architect Julio Villamajó. From August 2011 it was reopened to the public, after a process of reconstruction.

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Загружена: 20/01/2012
Обновлено: 15/08/2014
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