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Español: "Aldus Verthoont hem de stadt Buenos Ayrros gelegeen en Rio de la Plata", pintura realizada por un navegante holandés, que fondeó el puerto de Buenos Aires probablemente hacia 1628.
English: "Aldus Verthoont hem de stadt Buenos Ayrros gelegeen en Rio de la Plata", painting by a dutch sailor who anchored thr port by 1628.
Date c. 1628
Source Atlas of Johannes Vingboons c.1665
Author Aldus Verthoont


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