Estadio Mariano Melgar

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By adrbr @ 2008-06-16 10:32:37
The stadium has a spectator-capacity of 20,000 and includes a running track for track and field events. It was named after Mariano Melgar, a Peruvian patriot and poet from Arequipa. It is also known as "Estadio de Cuarto Centenario" (Forth Centenary Stadium) since it is in a neighborhood built in celebration of the fourth centenary of the Spanish foundation of Arequipa.
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