Jimbe. View Majada crops or Santa Rosa
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Jimbe. View Majada crops or Santa Rosa

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Jimbe (Ancash, Peru, 2012). View Majada crops or Santa Rosa, head of the Barrio Primavera (Spring Quarter). Most crops in the district is dedicated to pasture and species of bread wear.

  • Isabel Lúcar Solar over 1 year ago
    Rodo, tan solo conozco Santa Rosa, Huanca y Palillo...pero con todas las fotos impresionantes que capturas...siento como que si hubiera estado alguna vez por esos preciosos lugares...
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    A: Primavera (spring) quarter

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    This is a neighborhood of Gomez, Ayala, Rivera, Romero, Ruiz, and other historical names Jimbe. What ...

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    B: Panorama at front of the boardwalk - Jimbe

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    C: Viewpoint or Malecon

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    D: Back street Luzuriaga in Jimbe Peru

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    E: Barrio Primavera de Jimbe (Spring Quarter)

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    F: Neighborhood Primavera (Springs) at level of Romero's store

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    G: Jimbe boardwalk or viewpoint in Peru

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    H: Cacapaqui. Malecon with view to Huanca

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    I: Boardwalk and Viewpoint to Huanca and Black Mountain

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    Road to COLCAP and upper boardwalk (its former name was Cacapaqui). Both are at the edge of a great p...

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    J: Church of Jimbe, interior

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