Back street Luzuriaga in Jimbe Peru
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Back street Luzuriaga in Jimbe Peru

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Palavras-chave: jimbe, ancash, peru, street

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Luzuriaga Street runs parallel to Avenida Castilla (main). It is popularly known as "La Tramposa" (the tricky). The passage that links the two streets -in-sight- was once an alley that led to the exit path Lampanín.

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