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Francisco Salamone

Author: Robin Grow
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Spirit of Progress, v18 n3 (Winter 2017): 28-30
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Imagine driving across the countryside in the vast province of Buenos Aires. As you approach a small rural town, your eye is immediately drawn to a massive and dramatic town hall in striking Modernist/Art Deco design - all angles, probably with a stylised clock, and constructed in concrete. It will be the work of Francisco Salamone.
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Robin Grow
ISSN:1443-7554
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 7247554313
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Imagine driving across the countryside in the vast province of Buenos Aires. As you approach a small rural town, your eye is immediately drawn to a massive and dramatic town hall in striking Modernist/Art Deco design - all angles, probably with a stylised clock, and constructed in concrete. It will be the work of Francisco Salamone.

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