Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez

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Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez is part of the Tentative list of Paraguay in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

The Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio López comprises the movable and immovable remains of a railway system started in 1861. It was built with the help of British engineers. Various sections were built in different stages.

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The coordinates shown for all tentative sites were produced as a community effort. They are not official and may change on inscription.

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Full Name
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez
Country
Paraguay
Added
1993
Type
Cultural
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1993 Added to Tentative List

The site has 14 locations

Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Estacion Central, Asunción (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Estacion Botanico (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Antigua Estación del Tren, Luque (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Estación A | Nucleo Cultural (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Estacion de Ferrocarril, Ypacara? (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Puente Internacional San Roque González de Santa Cruz (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Estación de FERROCARRIL Antigua, Encarcion (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Museo Ka?i Puente, Coronel Bogado (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Estacion, Maciel (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Estacion, Villaricca (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Estación de Tren de Tebicuary (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Estación de Tren de Gral. Bernardino Caballero (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Taller de Trenes de Sapucai (T)
Sistema Ferrocarril Pte. Carlos Antonio Lopez: Estación de Tren de Paraguar? (T)

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