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Las Lomas de Carabayllo
Peru

Overview of Lomas de Carabayllo, a big settlement near kilometre 34.5 of Panamericana Norte. Most people here are poor and contamination is high due to clandestine battery recycling, clay mines and non existing sewage systems. And of course, also visible on the photo, due to the sanitary landfill El Zapallal.

Copyright: Matthias Kunze
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Geüpload: 08/01/2013
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Tags: lima; peru; hills; landfill
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