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Vía crucis camino hacia la cima del cerro de Chepen donde se localiza el Gólgota
Peru

Via Crucis way to the top of the hill where it is located Chepen Golgotha. Was built by a family living abroad. Along with the stunning vestiges of Chequén, also located at the top, are the great tourist potential of the district.

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Tags: chequén; chepén; peru; north; archaeologycal
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Edmundo Paz Torres
Via Crucis way to the top of the hill where it is located Chepen Golgotha
Edmundo Paz Torres
Vía crucis camino hacia la cima del cerro de Chepen donde se localiza el Gólgota
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