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Bengolea plaza noche

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La plaza "General San Martín" de Bengolea presenta una activa vida nocturna, como los espectáculos musicales gratuitos organizados los fines de semana del verano, las fiestas de carnaval en sus calles adyacentes, los actos de fin de curso académicos, etc.

Copyright: Daniel Valdano
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14348x7174
Taken: 14/07/2014
Uploaded: 17/07/2014
Updated: 10/04/2015


Tags: bengolea; plaza; place; night
  • Elena Bocos 9 months ago
    Hola Alcira y Farias, Gracias por dejar vuestros comentarios en nuestra web, pero no sé si este será el lugar apropiado para vuestras reivindicaciones. Esta es una página web de fotografías panorámicas. Un saludo, Elena
  • Farias choro 9 months ago
    El negro imundo del intendente explota a las mujeres pagandoles $8 la hr para hacerlas trabajar de lo que él quiera. Mientras él ni siquiera paga el combustible porque no se baja de la camioneta municipal. Es facil anotar todo a nombre de la muni y que lo pague el pueblo ¿No? Dejemos de mantener a este negro sin vergüenza.
  • Alcira Pignata 9 months ago
    Me da asco el negro imundo del intendente. No hace mas que robar para él. Declara los camiones que tenés y como compraste una casa con tu sueldo de $20.000 Negro chanta y Basura.
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