Roofed colisseum of Jimbe
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Roofed colisseum of Jimbe

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The roofing Coliseum (Coliseum Closed) Jimbe is a project that is being developed step by step from Gambini times. In its construction the jimbeños have always had the support of the Provincial Government. Today it is widely used by the general population.

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A: Roofed coliseum of Jimbe - Frontage

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 20 metri di distanza

Colosseum closed (roof) of Jimbe, which under sporting and social events. It is a new building that m...

Roofed coliseum of Jimbe - Frontage

B: Roofed coliseum of Jimbe

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 30 metri di distanza

Recently builded roofed coliseum of Jimbe. Was planed by Gambini and builded successively by followin...

Roofed coliseum of Jimbe

C: Parque de la Familia de Jimbe (Family place)

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 60 metri di distanza

Called Family Park this public space has been built on the former Municipal Stadium Jimbe (which was ...

Parque de la Familia de Jimbe (Family place)

D: Family place of Jimbe

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 70 metri di distanza

Was a day where the football field has emerged this special attraction park in the shade of the trees...

Family place of Jimbe

E: The family park - Jimbe Peru

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 90 metri di distanza

The Family Park was enabled on the grounds of the past football field (earth field). It was built by ...

The family park - Jimbe Peru

F: Gambini and Ramon Castilla streets, intersection

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 90 metri di distanza

Gambini intersection - Ramon Castilla. Stresses the San Antonio retirement home. It is managed by nun...

Gambini and Ramon Castilla streets, intersection

G: Espinar and Bolognesi street - Jimbe Peru

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 100 metri di distanza

Corner between Bolognesi and Espinar, on top of the Family Park. The street was the main stand up in ...

Espinar and Bolognesi street - Jimbe Peru

H: Gambini and Espinar corner - Jimbe

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 100 metri di distanza

In the back of the house San Antonio and the Coliseum Roofing has built a block in lands which were D...

Gambini and Espinar corner - Jimbe

I: Gambini and Independencia sross street

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 160 metri di distanza

Independence Street is the continuation of Luzuriaga Street. It is paved with concrete up to shred it...

Gambini and Independencia sross street

J: Jimbe access avenue

di Edmundo Paz Torres, 180 metri di distanza

The Jimbe floor has a very steep decline, but those who grew up there seems flatter than it really is...

Jimbe access avenue

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