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Upper right corner of HighSchool
Peru

During 2012 they built the new modern local school 88050, Andrés Avelino Cáceres Dorregaray. The photos and videos captured until recently charged sentimental value because they were shot down, we will not see more. Even the relief of the ground may not be the same. From 2013, when again it was your ex EPV 310 local will invade nostalgia because your alma mater always loved is no more.

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