Belford Roxo library

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Editora Central Gospel library Belford Roxo Brazil
Editora Central Gospel
Rua Honório Bicalho, 102 - Penha, Rio de Janeiro
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Cultural center Our House library Belford Roxo Brazil
Cultural center Our House
Rua Doutor Luís Sobral, 546 A - Tomazinho, São João de Meriti
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Biblioteca Pública Municipal Luís library Belford Roxo Brazil
Biblioteca Pública Municipal Luís
2905, Centro,, Avenida Getúlio Vargas, 51 - Parada de Lucas, São João de Meriti
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Biblioteca Central library Belford Roxo Brazil
Biblioteca Central
Luz, Nova Iguaçu
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Biblioteca Comunitária Professora library Belford Roxo Brazil
Biblioteca Comunitária Professora
Rua Pedro Cunha, 307 - Ponto Chic, Nova Iguaçu
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Paulo Freire Library library Belford Roxo Brazil
Paulo Freire Library
Nº 1242, Rua Javata - Anchieta, Rio de Janeiro
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Municipal Library Governor Leonel de library Belford Roxo Brazil
Municipal Library Governor Leonel de
Avenida Governador Leonel de Moura Brizola, S/N - Centro, Duque de Caxias
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Euclides da Cunha Library - library Belford Roxo Brazil
Euclides da Cunha Library -
Rua Professor José de Souza Herdy, 1160 - Jardim Vinte e Cinco de Agosto, Duque de Caxias
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Army library library Belford Roxo Brazil
Army library
Pc Dq de Caxias, 25 - 3 Pav 1 - Centro, Rio de Janeiro
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Centro de Inclusão Digital - library Belford Roxo Brazil
Centro de Inclusão Digital -
Rua Bernardo de Vasconcelos, 941 - Realengo, Rio de Janeiro
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QG do Estudo library Belford Roxo Brazil
QG do Estudo
Rua das Rosas, 96 - sala 105 - Vila Valqueire, Rio de Janeiro
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Biblioteca Municipal Cruz e Souza library Belford Roxo Brazil
Biblioteca Municipal Cruz e Souza
Rua Silva Cardoso, 349 - Bangu, Rio de Janeiro
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Biblioteca Popular de Jacarepaguá library Belford Roxo Brazil
Biblioteca Popular de Jacarepaguá
Rua Doutor Bernardino, 218 - Praça Seca, Rio de Janeiro
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CCS Central Library - UFRJ library Belford Roxo Brazil
CCS Central Library - UFRJ
UFRJ - Ilha do Fundão - Avenida Carlos Chagas Filho, Bl L, 373 - Cidade Universitária, Rio de Janeiro
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Biblioteca Popular de Irajá - João library Belford Roxo Brazil
Biblioteca Popular de Irajá - João
Avenida Monsenhor Félix, 512 - Irajá, Rio de Janeiro
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Biblioteca Comunitária e Projeto library Belford Roxo Brazil
Biblioteca Comunitária e Projeto
Estrada da Fazenda - Jardim da Viga, Nova Iguaçu
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Biblioteca Racional library Belford Roxo Brazil
Biblioteca Racional
Rua São João Batista, 837 - Centro, São João de Meriti
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Biblioteca Comunitária Monteiro library Belford Roxo Brazil
Biblioteca Comunitária Monteiro
Estrada Xerém, 60 - Wona
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Biblioteca Comunitária Paulo Freire library Belford Roxo Brazil
Biblioteca Comunitária Paulo Freire
129 720, Avenida Paranapiacaba - Jardim Santa Rita, Nova Iguaçu
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Biblioteca Escolar Municipal do library Belford Roxo Brazil
Biblioteca Escolar Municipal do
s/n, Rua Tales de Carvalho - Jardim America
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Libraries in Belford Roxo

Belford Roxo library: Editora Central Gospel, Cultural center Our House, Biblioteca Pública Municipal Luís, Biblioteca Central, Biblioteca Comunitária Professora, Paulo Freire Library, Municipal Library Governor Leonel de, Euclides da Cunha Library -, Army library, Centro de Inclusão Digital -, QG do Estudo, Biblioteca Municipal Cruz e Souza, Biblioteca Popular de Jacarepaguá, CCS Central Library - UFRJ, Biblioteca Popular de Irajá - João, Biblioteca Comunitária e Projeto, Biblioteca Racional, Biblioteca Comunitária Monteiro, Biblioteca Comunitária Paulo Freire, Biblioteca Escolar Municipal do

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