Roofed colisseum of Jimbe
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Roofed colisseum of Jimbe

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The roofing Coliseum (Coliseum Closed) Jimbe is a project that is being developed step by step from Gambini times. In its construction the jimbeños have always had the support of the Provincial Government. Today it is widely used by the general population.

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A: Roofed coliseum of Jimbe - Frontage

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B: Parque de la Familia de Jimbe (Family place)

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C: Family place of Jimbe

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D: The family park - Jimbe Peru

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E: Gambini and Ramon Castilla streets, intersection

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F: Gambini and Independencia sross street

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G: Jimbe access avenue

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H: Corner at Independencia and Victoria streets

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I: Departure to countryside of Huanca

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J: Upper right corner of HighSchool

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