Church of Moro, Ancash, Peru
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Church of Moro, Ancash, Peru

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Moro Catholic church. Perú. 50 km from the port city of Chimbote and 500 m elevation. His principal production are fruits (avocados, mangoes and grampes). Here is a traditional pisco, denomination of origin.

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A: Moro - Peru. Main place

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 20 metri di distanza

Main square of Moro, district of the province of Santa, Ancash, Peru (498 m altitude). Earth hospitab...

Moro - Peru. Main place

B: Paxt7806

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 30 metri di distanza

Paxt7806

C: The Carvavan II, camping zone in Moro, Peru

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 240 metri di distanza

The restaurant's Caravan in Moro, Perú, 490 altitude, 50 km from the port city of Chimbote. The area ...

The Carvavan II, camping zone in Moro, Peru

D: Huaca of Pampagrande, rear

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 14.1 km di distanza

Huaca Pampagrande is a major archaeological attraction because of the formattive period data (before ...

Huaca of Pampagrande, rear

E: Temporary site of educational institution 88050 of Jimbe

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 14.1 km di distanza

Temporary site of 88050 educational institution, Andres Avelino Caceres Dorregaray, while builds a mo...

Temporary site of educational institution 88050 of Jimbe

F: Archaeologycal site Pampagrande

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 14.1 km di distanza

This pyramid of earth and roch remains relatively preserved, which is to rescue even though the peopl...

Archaeologycal site Pampagrande

G: Pampagrande Waca at southern Jimbe (formattive pyramide)

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 14.1 km di distanza

From time immemorial we have been thinking that this mound of earth and boulders keeps interesting in...

Pampagrande Waca at southern Jimbe (formattive pyramide)

H: Jimbe. Wide view from the top of the Pyramid in Pampa Grande

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 14.1 km di distanza

Jimbe (Ancash, Peru, 2012). Wide view from the top of the Pyramid in Pampa Grande to the urban area o...

Jimbe. Wide view from the top of the Pyramid in Pampa Grande

I: Pampagrande pyramid at Jimbe (formattive archaeologycal site)

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 14.2 km di distanza

From time immemorial we have been thinking that this mound of earth and boulders keeps interesting in...

Pampagrande pyramid at Jimbe (formattive archaeologycal site)

J: Access avenue to Jimbe, at south of the city

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 14.3 km di distanza

Path to the town of Jimbe. Note the beginning of the main street recently paved, compared with the re...

Access avenue to Jimbe, at south of the city

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