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Primavera (spring) quarter
Peru

This is a neighborhood of Gomez, Ayala, Rivera, Romero, Ruiz, and other historical names Jimbe. What today is a lookout boardwalk has been built on the edge of a cliff almost 300 m high whose traditional name was Cacapaqui.

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