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Caraz Square
Peru

Caraz, ubicado en el departamento de Ancash, es muy conocida por sus dulces de fruta, de calles angostas conserva algunas construcciones coloniales y republicanas.


Se dice que Antonio Raimondi denomino la zona como "Caraz Dulzura" en referencia a su excelente clima, la afectividad de su gente y sobre todo al sabor de sus dulces de fruta. En este panorama destaca su linda plaza.

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Copyright: John sanchez
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Subida: 19/03/2009
Actualizado: 25/09/2014
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Tags: peru; ancash; tourism; huaylas; huascaran; mountain; city; parks; square; caraz
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