Did not try to verify this, but if I understand your example config 
correctly it may be related to the way nginx processes "location" 
directives.
To quote http://nginx.org/en/docs/http/request_processing.html

nginx first searches for the most specific prefix location given by literal 
> strings regardless of the listed order. In the configuration above the only 
> prefix location is “/” and since it matches any request it will be used 
> as a last resort. Then nginx checks locations given by regular expression 
> in the order listed in the configuration file. The first matching 
> expression stops the search and nginx will use this location. If no regular 
> expression matches a request, then nginx uses the most specific prefix 
> location found earlier. 


HTH
- Heiko 

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