Gambini and Espinar corner - Jimbe
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Panoramic photo by Edmundo Paz Torres EXPERT Taken 11:37, 27/09/2012 - Views loading...

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Gambini and Espinar corner - Jimbe

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In the back of the house San Antonio and the Coliseum Roofing has built a block in lands which were Don Madiam Velasquez. The bottom field is no longer cultivated, waiting, it seems, will be urbanize promptly .

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