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History and profile
Founded in 1993, the magazine was sold nationwide and became one of the most popular magazines in the country and one of the most read in metropolitan Lima (94,000 readers) and the third most read by women (79,500 readers)
In December 2008, after 15 years of circulation, the magazine was suspended because Valcárcel was working hard in Los Reyes de la Pista (Perú) but was relaunched in November 2010 under a new editorial team.
- "Gisela Valcárcel se despide de la "Revista Gisela" tras 22 años". El Comercio (in Spanish). 12 January 2016. Retrieved 18 February 2017.
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