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Pampa de Ilave-Asiruni and Sarapa, Ichu-Incatunhuiri, Puno, Hatuncolla and Sillustani, Amantani Island, Escallani, Rio Ramis-Taraco and Saman, Moho, Conima-Lailiuyu, Arapa, Ayrampuni, Azangaro Valley, Mallaccasi

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