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Plaza de Armas - Pisco
Peru

A plate nearby tells us that during the remodeling of the Plaza de Armas in Pisco a new, modern illumination and water fountains were added. This happened during the term of mayor Dr. Edgar Nuñez Roman in the period of 1993-1995.

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