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Barrio Primavera de Jimbe (Spring Quarter)

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Spring Quarter, of Romero, Milla, Gutierrez Diaz, Guibovich, Jaramillo, Ruiz (including ancestral surnames). The passage corresponds to unpaved alley where mules passed Lampanín bound. Currently this road is in danger of being lost in the public domain by disuse. Hopefully in the near future when municipal budgets can be oriented to tourism promotion this path will be recovered as a valuable witness whose memory times was missing. And this will be a typical route Jimbe that enliven our picnics.

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A: Neighborhood Primavera (Springs) at level of Romero's store

Por Edmundo Paz Torres, 30 metros de distância

In smaller towns, as is Jimbe, with less than two thousand inhabitants, the neighborhood got all. Thi...

Neighborhood Primavera (Springs) at level of Romero's store

B: Back street Luzuriaga in Jimbe Peru

Por Edmundo Paz Torres, 60 metros de distância

Luzuriaga Street runs parallel to Avenida Castilla (main). It is popularly known as "La Tramposa" (th...

Back street Luzuriaga in Jimbe Peru

C: Jimbe. View Majada crops or Santa Rosa

Por Edmundo Paz Torres, 110 metros de distância

Jimbe (Ancash, Peru, 2012). View Majada crops or Santa Rosa, head of the Barrio Primavera (Spring Qua...

Jimbe. View Majada crops or Santa Rosa

D: Church of Jimbe, interior

Por Edmundo Paz Torres, 160 metros de distância

Inside the main church Jimbe. The central religious feast in honor of Mary Magdalene, patron saint of...

Church of Jimbe, interior

E: Jimbe - Main Avenue - Near at church

Por Edmundo Paz Torres, 160 metros de distância

Avenida Ramón Castilla at level of the Church. Note the recent construction of two new environments i...

Jimbe - Main Avenue - Near at church

F: Catholic church of Jimbe

Por Edmundo Paz Torres, 170 metros de distância

Jimbe main Church. The sharp decline of the soil of this town has favored the strategic position of t...

Catholic church of Jimbe

G: The Caravan restaurante of Jimbe

Por Edmundo Paz Torres, 180 metros de distância

At the top of the street parade tourist found this restaurant, one of the oldest and recommended the ...

The Caravan restaurante of Jimbe

H: Main square of Jimbe, top center side

Por Edmundo Paz Torres, 190 metros de distância

Jimbe main square, top center part. The architectural design of the square above showed no bleachers ...

Main square of Jimbe, top center side

I: Main place of Jimbe - North side

Por Edmundo Paz Torres, 190 metros de distância

As with the history of peoples, this Centennial Square has been redesigned at least three times. For ...

Main place of Jimbe - North side

J: Primavera (spring) quarter

Por Edmundo Paz Torres, 200 metros de distância

This is a neighborhood of Gomez, Ayala, Rivera, Romero, Ruiz, and other historical names Jimbe. What ...

Primavera (spring) quarter

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