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Its geography is in perfect harmony with its cultural side and lets visitors tour around emblematic sites of which its denizens are very proud of.
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Capable of writing unique prose, he had a way with words. Mariela G de Caram rated it it was amazing Jun 26, Today, it is also part of the library museum, which houses about 9, books, accompanied by collections and documents of various subjects that would catch the attention of the then host. Sandradagos rated it liked it Jan 21, Alejandra rated manuek really liked it Oct 02, Daniela rated it it was amazing May 06, Es una historia sobre el Renacimiento italiano narrada por un muerto, Pier Francesco Orsini, el noble jorobado que dio nombre a los famosos y extravagantes jardines italianos de Bomarzo.
Your home The famous house where the writer spend his best days Their books The prodigious and neat gardens.
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Manuel Mujica Láinezs House, La Cumbre
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Built between andthis is an old grand house that still preserves its furniture, objects and pieces of art, among which beautiful sculptures may be appreciated from the street or inside the venue. There are no discussion topics hobmrecito this book yet.
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No trivia or quizzes yet. He died in Soph rated it really liked it Mar 29, Uno de mis libros favoritos. Trivia About El hombrecito del Dana rated it liked it Apr 08, Chibi rated it it was amazing Mar 22, Jimena Reides rated it really liked it Jan 12, Those who got to know him assert that La Cumbre was undoubtedly his place in the world and that he had enough time there to search perfection throughout his work. Useful Data Tour type: Welcome Argentina – What to do in La Cumbre?
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