Cafés notables de Buenos Aires. vol. 1 pdf
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Cafés Notables De Buenos Aires. Vol. 1

Publicado por primera vez en el año 2003, como "Cafés de Buenos Aires" . Con textos de Spinetto y fotografías de Xavier Verstraeten, describe cafés, modernos y antiguos, céntricos y de barrio, que por sus características edilicias, su público, su función de centro de reunión, su conexión con el tango o con la vida cultural de la ciudad, se consideran parte importante del patrimonio cultural de l...

Publisher: Dirección General de Patrimonio (2008)
Language: Spanish
ISBN-10: 9872443424
ISBN-13: 978-9872443429
Format: PDF Text djvu ebook

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