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The tunnels Andonaegui natural wonders are one of the most important of the province of Buenos Aires.

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The tunnels Andonaegui natural wonders are one of the most important of the province of Buenos Aires.

Governor Andonaegui is a small village belonging to the party of Exaltation of the Cross, which is accessed by Route 193.

The beautiful trees that border tunnels of the railway is one of the main features of the landscape.

AndonaeguiCurrently the station is abandoned and covered by vegetation.

The people have a couple of villages and you can see a tunnel of vegetation surrounding the railroad tracks.

In the Place Andonaegui also an old train station with its name which is now abandoned and a small village, there is a place that is worth visiting.

Andonaegui This is the "General Store the Ombúes" considered one of the oldest in the pampas and many say the country.

Is estimated to have over 200 years and is the oldest in Canada. No one knows exactly when the halt was founded, which was forced to post the wagons on their way to the Glen of Romero.

At the entrance two old ombúes indicate that we have come to place.

Inside, time seems to stand still.

There are straw and wood banquettes, a long counter with grid as used in the general stores of yesteryear, its walls decorated with pictures and memories, a notice published in the Buenos Aires Herald, mention of the Association for Memory of Capilla del Señor old ads , etc.

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