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Dawn Over Plaza de Armas, Cusco
Peru

I was warned that it was unsafe to venture out so early in the morning by the staff at the hotel I was staying but it turned out that there were Policia Turista patrolling the famed Plaza de Armas well before dawn and  I really only saw a few drunkards who could potentially caused problems but hey, you have them everywhere in the world.

Copyright: Arroz Marisco
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Tags: plaza; armas; cusco; inca; peru
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