Calle Daniel Alcides Carrión - Jimbe
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Calle Daniel Alcides Carrión - Jimbe

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Daniel A. Carrion Street is parallel to the main, runs along the western side of the city, overlooking the hill Naranjo and River watershed Lampanín. From the point where it is now the photographer leave a street newly opened towards the Plaza de Armas, thus becoming an extension of the street Mariano Melgar (the municipal building). This has expropriated the former home of Don Miguel Gutierrez.

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A: Main place, Municipality corner

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B: Main place of Jimbe, west view

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C: Main place of Jimbe, platform flat raising 2

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G: Main place of Jimbe, platform flat raising 4

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H: Main place of Jimbe, platform flat raising

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I: Roundabout central of main place of Jimbe

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J: The Caravan restaurante of Jimbe

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