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|In this stadium the Mexico National Team, Won the Under 17 FIFA World Cup aginst Brasil,(3-0), Lima Perú 02/10/2005|
We Are The Champions
|The Lima Golf Course is the fourth oldest golf course in the Pacific River Basin, and is one of the most prestigious courses in Latin America.||08/05/2005||636|
|Landscape near Lima, Peru, high resolution.||09/23/2005||1,094|
|This is a huge cementery in Lima, Peru. There's a new and an old part, the latter from XIX century. The modern one is XX century.||12/27/2005||414|
|Several writings and military seals carved on an island near Lima, Perú.||08/30/2005||718|
|This was the Japanese Embassy in Lima, Peru; where in December 1997 the terrorist group MRTA took about 600 hostages, later they were released, but near 80 were remained until being released by a command operation led by the president Fujimori. ||08/03/2005||375|
|OB-1553 & OB-1489 |
Abandoned at the southern edge of the airport. Both aircraft still wearing Imperial Air colors.
OB-1553 was involved in a landing accident on 15 April 1995.
Tyre failure after departure from Cuzco. The crew decided to continue to Lima but the left main gear would not extend. A landing was performed with this landing gear leg retracted.
|Huge mine near Lima.||08/21/2005||1,027|
|OB-1401 (cn 18921/440)|
Stored at Jorge Chavez International, Lima
|To the first right is N133CA (cn 18844/171) and to the left the first one is N134CA (cn 18744/86) ex Americana de Aviación at Jorge Chavez International, Lima ||04/22/2007||349|
|Serial number 19769 LN:194 |
First flight date 25/07/1969
Last Registration: OB-1288
Elmer J. Faucett with a group of Peruvian business men joined to found in 1928 the first commercial airline in Peru and one of the oldest in Latin America. Flights were made from Lima to Talara to the north, and Arequipa to the south with Stinson Detroiter F-19...
|The Huaca Huallamarca is an adobe scaled pyramid with an impressive access ramp.||08/27/2005||795|