More Lima pictures. Each of these districts deserve its own article, but at the moment I don’t have enough pictures to do justice to a full article. So the linked Facebook albums are works in progress of Lima pictures. Hopefully the albums are a fun photo essay escape from home.
I put Lince first because this neighborhood is my choice of residence in Lima. Lince is similar to Chapinero, Bogota in that it’s middle-class, bustling with commerce and people, and it’s a central neighborhood sitting right between the downtown area and the big money areas (Chicó and Usaquen in Bogotá, San Isidro and Miraflores in Lima).
Included here are Avenida Arequipa, Parque de los Proceres (AKA Matamula), Parque de los Bomberos, and Parque Mariscal Castilla.
Included here are a couple Metro stations, the Parque de Amistad and its signature Arco Morisco (Moorish Arch), and the Plaza de Armas de Surco.
Included are Parque El Olivar, the Virgen del Pilar church, and the upscale shopping and dining avenue, Conquistadores.
Parque de la Exposicion
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