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  • one place called Santa Fe. Santa Fe (city, Argentina) - capital city of Santa Fe (province, Argentina) Santa Fe (province, Argentina) - a province in
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  • Santa Fe is in the Pampas region of Argentina. Santa Fe Rosario Casilda -33.7227-62.246
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  • Santa Fe is a city in Argentina. From Buenos Aires (Retiro) there are plenty of bus companies that will take you there. Some of them are FlechaBus,
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  • Rosario is the third largest city in Argentina and the largest city in Santa Fe province. It is located at the Paraná river, known for its rich architectonic
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  • There's more than one place called Santa Cruz: Santa Cruz (Argentina) - a province in the Patagonia (Argentina) region Santa Cruz (department, Bolivia) -
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  • the northwest by the Andean Northwest region. Buenos Aires Córdoba La Pampa Santa Fe Buenos Aires Córdoba Rosario -34.6-57.899722
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  • Colón De Santa Fe - team with the largest number of supporters based on Argentina's coast Rugby and basketball (basquet) are also popular. Argentine Polo
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  • Frontera (section Argentina)
    There is more than one place called Frontera: Frontera, Santa Fe Frontera, Coahuila Frontera, Tabasco Arcos de la Frontera Jerez de la Frontera Vejer
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  • Tucuman (category Andean Northwest (Argentina))
    are vibrating with action. Plaza de Almas, on the corner of Maipu and Santa Fe is a must see. Located in a trendy cultural center, they serve up great
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  • way to go to downtown Buenos Aires and the “Delta”. The main avenues, Santa Fe and Del Libertador, are the axis in Northern Suburbs the way to get to
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  • important East/West streets are Mitre, Central Jose Ignacio de la Rosa, Santa Fe, Rivadavia, and Libertador San Martin. Mitre runs Eastbound, and features
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  • Nelson (section Argentina)
    A locality of about 900 people located at S 31°16′03″ W 60°45′46″ in Santa Fe province in Pampas region. Nelson (New South Wales) is a suburb of Sydney
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  • Chapinero-Zona T, and the Zona Rosa. A little extra time to explore La Macarena in Santa , Parque 93, and Usaquén's colonial center would be time well spent.
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  • Museo Histórico Marqués de Sobremonte, Rosario de Santa Fe 218, shows the history of city and of Argentina. Museo Histórico de la Universidad, Obispo Trejo
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  • Santa Fe 1860. For that rare, collectible, antique or hard-to-find book, try ALADA, the Asociación de Libreros Anticuarios de la Argentina (Argentina's
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  • San Antonio Oeste (category Rio Negro (Argentina))
    airport with only 2 connections per week, but the flight (which starts in Santa Fe and ends in Comodoro Rivadavia) stops at many cities, including Buenos
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  • Notes Iowa City United States of America Literature 2008 Montreal Canada Design 2006 Santa Fe United States of America Design, Crafts and Folk Art 2005
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  • prefer the old numbers - the new number is on the 1500 block) between Santa Fe and Sarmiento streets. There is no sign on the building just a Paraguay
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  • and La Sabana. Main roads are paved: RN11: it takes you to the South to Santa Fe, Rosario and Buenos Aires. To the Norte it goes to Formosa City and Asunción
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  • first the Southern Pacific Railroad from the north in 1876 and then the Santa Fe Railroad from the east in 1885, establishing the city as a railroad hub
    113 KB (15,874 words) - 03:30, 26 May 2016

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