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Place on front of Tavo's house at Saint Martin, Lima, Perú
Peru

Tavo´s house during my last visite to Peru, February 2012. Grove and grass maintenance is made by Chacha. All is beautifull, benefits for other persons.

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Uppladdad: 11/07/2012
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