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Library of the Convento de Santo Domingo - Century XVI - Lima - Perú
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Valuable library of the sixteenth century by the finest colonial crafts. The library is one of the oldest on the American continent and boasts numerous volumes of incalculable artistic and historical value. Esplendida biblioteca del siglo XVI hecha por las mejores artesanías Virreinal. La biblioteca es una de las más antiguas del continente americano y cuenta con numerosos volúmenes de valor artístico e histórico incalculable.
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