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Primavera (spring) quarter
Peru

This is a neighborhood of Gomez, Ayala, Rivera, Romero, Ruiz, and other historical names Jimbe. What today is a lookout boardwalk has been built on the edge of a cliff almost 300 m high whose traditional name was Cacapaqui.

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Panorama at front of the boardwalk - Jimbe
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Viewpoint or Malecon
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Jimbe boardwalk or viewpoint in Peru
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Jimbe. View Majada crops or Santa Rosa
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Cacapaqui. Malecon with view to Huanca
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Boardwalk and Viewpoint to Huanca and Black Mountain
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Back street Luzuriaga in Jimbe Peru
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Barrio Primavera de Jimbe (Spring Quarter)
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Neighborhood Primavera (Springs) at level of Romero's store
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Jimbe. Agustin Castro neighborhood
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World Heritage Site New Caledonia Southern Lagoon
Roger Berry
Arattupuzha Pooram
Fariborz Alagheband
Park Jamshidieh Lake
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Pier Remains, Horseshoe Cove, Sandy Hook, New Jersey
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in front of UNIQLO, Shinsaibashi street
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Sesriem after rain in march 2009
Bob Stapleton
Red Phone Booth
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Spokojna 15 Garaz
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Symbiosis in the Blue Lagoon, New Caledonia
Frank Luetgenau
Lido Venedig
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Near cave Bear, Andalucia, Spain
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Main square of Jimbe, top center side
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Main place Chimbote 2
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Village of Chacana - Jimbe Peru
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Huanca river in rain time
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Runners at Seven Lakes, betwen Mulhacén and Alcazaba summits II
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Upper right corner of HighSchool
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Huaca of Pampagrande, rear
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family and friends in Calalberche
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Roundabout central of main place of Jimbe
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