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    APiAT: Handicrafts

    by hartti Written Dec 17, 2007

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    Apiat (ASOC. DE PEQUEÑOS INDUSTRIALES Y ARTESANOS DE TRUJILLO) is a larger group of handicraft industry vendors. The shoe market belongs to that, too.

    What to buy: Specially shoes, but all kind of other works, too.

    Entrance Special Shoe Market Espa��a Street CDs Are Handicraft Made, Too All Do Not Have Place Inside
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    Alameda del Calzado: Boots Market

    by hartti Written Dec 17, 2007

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    There are many shoe markets, largest one is "Alameda del Calzado". This is clear, because Trujillo is the shoe industry center in Peru.

    What to buy: I was buying sandals for 10 euros. They are very good in use, and are in good condition still after a year in using.

    Alameda de Calzado My New Sandales from Trujillo Shoes, Shoes... Other Shoe Shops Entrance from Other Didection
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