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Vía crucis camino hacia la cima del cerro de Chepen donde se localiza el Gólgota
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Vía crucis camino hacia la cima del cerro de Chepen donde se localiza el Gólgota. Fue construido por encargo de una familia residente en el extranjero. Junto a los asombrosos vestigios de Chequén, situados también en la cima, constituyen el gran potencial turístico del distrito.

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Subida: 14/07/2012
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Edmundo Paz Torres
Vía crucis camino hacia la cima del cerro de Chepen donde se localiza el Gólgota
Edmundo Paz Torres
Vía crucis camino hacia la cima del cerro de Chepen donde se localiza el Gólgota
Edmundo Paz Torres
Vía crucis camino hacia la cima del cerro de Chepen donde se localiza el Gólgota
Edmundo Paz Torres
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Edmundo Paz Torres
Vía crucis camino hacia la cima del cerro de Chepen donde se localiza el Gólgota
Edmundo Paz Torres
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