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Rio Rimac, Lima

Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
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Cascading through the highlands of Huarochiri Province, Rio Rimac plays a huge role as the most important source of drinking water for the capital city and the Callao metropolitan areas. Nicknamed "the talking river," this waterway is part of a Pacific body of water that spans over 160 km (99 mi). In some areas the riverbank is flanked by parks and riverside restaurants where you can stop to take in the view. The surrounding Rimac district is not as popular, known for its rougher inhabitants and uncleanly streets. Put Rio Rimac and other Lima attractions into our Lima itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Looking for the path of the song by Chabuca Granda "La Flor de la Canela" me aventure known bridge and the Mall, but it was desilucionante, the bridge currently is in a condition of abandonment said, despite the fact that there are in total damaged and the Alameda antique lamps ever since I was told people there that was not a safe area I could only see the surroundings to the ends of the bridge, River is that it is a sewer in large-scale, there is nothing to see River is terrible.
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  • It has some similarity to the Mapoco flowing through Santiago. You should improve the environment of this important river, since it looks very sloppy.
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  • I had always wanted to see the River, by the denomination rather than by the beautiful which can represent, is known as contaminated are the rivers that cross metropolis like these, and was not wrong. At least not left with the doubt.
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