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Old June 18, 2018, 03:36 AM
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Sobre Vs De

I would like some information about the city:
• Me gustaría (alguna) información sobre la ciudad.

Can I replace sobre with de?

Many thanks in advance.
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Yes, you can. I think it's the same in English with "on" and "about" for this case.
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