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Espinar and Bolognesi street - Jimbe Peru

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Corner between Bolognesi and Espinar, on top of the Family Park. The street was the main stand up in times when it was the football field. Since then an open field, the ladies of the town were in charge of collecting tickets when developing an important game. This roamed the stands applying a distinctive on shirt spectator. In response to this he made ​​their contribution.

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