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Chequen archaeologycal site, Chepen
Peru

Impressive archaeological site in northern Peru on the hill Chepén, whose skirts sits Chepén City. The place is amazingly preserved, despite the proximity of the population. The short visit of the locals is explained by their fear of being attacked by vandals or criminals.

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送信日: 15/07/2012
更新日: 04/08/2014
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Tags: chequén; chepén; peru; north; archaeologycal
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