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Mega Mercado Huamantanga
Peru

Mega Mercado Huamantanga in Puenta Piedera is a typical Peruvian market, although a quite big one (as the name already suggests). You'll find knife grinders, girls selling prickly pears (called tuna in Peru), all kind of different potato species, spare parts, animal parts, Chinese toys, lunch, rice, toothpaste and much more.

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Uploaded: 29/01/2013
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