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Alfonso Ugarte Street and Olaya passage - Jimbe
Peru

From here you can make out the streets of the municipal market. The passage Olaya (of Zapata Espinoza), Independence Street (which is continued upward Luzuriaga Street, of Flores Espinoza, Mejia Lostaunau, Córdoba) and Alfonso Ugarte Street (the cross, passing by the school ).

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Uploaded: 30/09/2012
Updated: 04/08/2014
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