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Catholic Encyclopedia - Lima Peru __ "The city of Lima, in the Department of the same name, is the capital of the Republic of Peru, South America. After the conquest of the Incas in the sixteenth century, Pizarro, convinced of the necessity of a capital near the coast, chose about 600 feet above the sea level, on the right bank of the River Rimac (of which name Lima is probably a corruption), and the first stone of the cathedral in the wide plaza was laid by Pizarro, on 18 January 1535." An excellent history from the church. - From -

Jorge Chavez International - Airport Fact Sheet __ General airport information and flight times. - From - 

Lima __ "A vast, polluted metropolis in the middle of Peru's desert coastline, Lima is an economic magnet for struggling highland and Amazonian villagers." This and more. A brief overview of the city. - illustrated - From -


Lima __ "Lima, is the capital and largest city of Peru. It is located in the valleys of the Chillón, Rímac and Lurín rivers; on a coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean." An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia - -,_Peru

Lima History __ A good look at history of Lima, Peru with many embedded text links to related materials. - illustrated - From Wikipedia -,_Peru#History 
Lima - Introduction __ "Lima runs at a slower pace than many South American metropolises; its rhythm is more traditional, and its people reflect a steadier, calmer constitution. Lima's unusually amenable inhabitants give the metropolis the feeling, at times, of a cluster of smaller towns." Learn more and why the city often has a "dream quality" about it. - illustrated - From -


Lima Map __ Interactive map of main attractions. - illustrated - From -

Lima Map, Map of Lima __ " Welcome to the InfoHub Lima map page. Here you will find a treasure of information with regard to map of Lima as well as a wealth of information on the subject of Lima maps." - From -

Lima News Trove __ Online news from Lima Peru. - From - 

Lima Peru __ "Despite the unimpressive landscape; the friendly people, important historical sites, quality museums, and variety of dining and entertainment establishments make Lima a very interesting place to visit." A good general overview of the city. - illustrated - From -


Lima, Peru __ Tourism, sightseeing, maps, accommodations, food and drink, sports and recreation, art, culture and entertainment plus practical information for Lima, Peru. - From -

Lima, Peru - Colonial Metropolis | Open Travel Info __ "Lima is the capital and largest city of Peru. Well over 8 Million people live in Lima out of 26 Million Peruvians. Francisco Pizarro whose remains lay in the Cathedral founded the city in 1535." You will find history, photos of Lima, notable sights and more. - From -

Lima, Peru News __ "Local news for Lima, Peru continually updated from thousands of sources on the web." - From - 

Lima Peru - Travel and Tours in Lima __ A bit of Lima, Peru history and several attractions. - illustrated - From -
Lima Photos __ Here are galleries of click-to-enlarge photos of Lima, Peru. - illustrated - From - 

Lima Photos at __ Excellent gallery of click-to-enlarge photos of Lime, Peru. - illustrated - From -

Lima Photos and Pictures __ View Lima photos and reviews from real travelers. - From -

Lima pictures __ Excellent galleries of click-to-enlarge pictures of Lima, Peru. - illustrated - From - 

LIMA Tren Urbano (Metro) __ "Lima, the capital of Peru, has some 8 million inhabitants. In 1986, the Autoridad Autónoma del Proyecto Especial Sistema Eléctrico de Transporte Masivo de Lima y Callao was founded to develop the 'Tren Eléctrico'. Construction of the first section of Line 1 began, but towards the end of the 1990's construction came to a halt." Learn how to get around on it. - illustrated - From -

Map of Lima, Peru - National Geographic __ Lima, Peru maps, photos of Lima, videos, and facts from National Geographic. - illustrated - From National Geographic Society - 

NASA - Lovely Lima __ Photo of Lima from space. - illustrated - From NASA -

population of Lima 2010 __ Lima population figure - From -

What is Lima city profile? __ a brief look at the city of Lima, Peru. - illustrated - From -  


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