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Peru Facts Info Stuff (PE):

Peru Latitude Facts: -11.1897368421053 and Peru Longitude Facts: -75.9547744360902

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Peru Regions are: Amazonas Ancash Apurimac Arequipa Ayacucho Cajamarca Callao Cusco Huancavelica Huanuco Ica Junin La Libertad Lambayeque Lima Loreto Madre de Dios Moquegua Pasco Piura Puno San Martin Tacna Tumbes Ucayali

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