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Neighborhood Primavera (Springs) at level of Romero's store

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Tags: jimbe, ancash, peru, calle

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In smaller towns, as is Jimbe, with less than two thousand inhabitants, the neighborhood got all. This still finds today despite the obvious replacement population. With each new generation of young people moving to other parts of the world. Those who decide to stay in effect kept the names of their ancestors in the land of their birth.

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A: Barrio Primavera de Jimbe (Spring Quarter)

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I: Main place of Jimbe - North side

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J: Courtyard of the Casa San Vicente - Jimbe Peru

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