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Residence Narbona

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Residence Narbona

Following a beautiful dirt road, just a few kilometers away from the Narbonne Farm restaurant , is where you'll find the former Estancia Narbonne, which has since been declared a National Historic Landmark. The Estancia (or, "the stay") is called that because in Uruguay and Argentina any big extension to your main house is called that. It's hidden in a thick forest and it's one of the oldest remaining pieces of evidence of the colonial period. The building, typical colonial style, has a three-story tower in the middle along with a sequence of large rooms with windows that are protected by thick forging.

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