SH 288_Los chachapoyas_2-11-2014

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Chacha quiere decir grande así que ya saben que significa el nombre de ese pueblo y como podrán suponer les llama a los de las grandes

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JHONVELIZ

A pesar de la cortedad,muy interesante. Saludos dePerú.

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estoy de acuerdo el programa deberia dedicar la hora a un tema exclusivamente.

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Demasiados temas para menos de una hora, queda todo muy en la superficie.

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