View from a window in the Bibiolecta Nacional.
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The reading room in the Biblioteca Nacional.
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Biblioteca Nacional (detail).
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Banco de Londres.
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Banco de Londres (detail).
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Banco de Londres (interior detail).
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Banco de Londres and neighboring building.
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Undulating beach walk in Mar del Plata.
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Naval Hospital (detail).
| May 2, 2013 -- 13:06 GMT (06:06 PDT)
| Topic: Innovation
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