Chacana chapel - Jimbe Peru
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Chacana chapel - Jimbe Peru

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The hamlet of scattered houses Chacana comprised between fields. Its inhabitants built this chapel in a prominent place so that were accessible to the largest number of devotees. By building the civic center (with little school, sports field and community center) the chapel was isolated, which increases by quaint character countryside around.

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