Looking north over the Paraná River from Rosario,
Argentina. The cable-stayed Rosario-Victoria Bridge spans the horizon, going from the north limit of Rosario, in the province of Santa Fe, across 600 m of the main river course and more than 50 km of islets, swampland and minor river branches, up to Victoria, province of Entre Ríos.
This picture was taken by Pablo D. Flores on 25 March 2006.
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Argentina has no "freedom of panorama" provision in its copyright law, neither are buildings mentioned among works to which copyright apply. At least some think there is de facto freedom of panorama in Argentina regarding buildings:
It is uncontroversially accepted that buildings can be reproduced by paintings or photographs, without this reproduction infringing copyright.
“Se ha admitido pacificamente que los edificios puedan ser reproducidos mediante pinturas o fotografías, sin estimarse que esta reproducción lesione los derechos de autor.”
— Dr. Emery, Miguel Angel (profesor of Intellectual property law in Argentina), Propiedad Intelectual, Astrea Editors 4th. edition ISBN 9789505085231
. p.40 op cit
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