Talk:Lima/Javier Prado East

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The border looks pretty confusing, its not that bad really.

Going clockwise from 12 or North;

  • Rio Rimac
  • The provincial border of Lima (the province)
  • Rio Lurin
  • The coast
  • District border of Barranco
  • District border of Miraflores
  • Avenida Arequipa (This is the divider of Avenida Javier Prado Oeste & Este)
  • District border of Lima (the district)

--Harleyca 03:31, 29 June 2012 (EDT)

Electric train - map please[edit]

I'm in Lima, and totally lost. I came here from the Lima wiki page, because I thought it would provide me with a map of the electric train route, but it's just another one of those listings of station names. Since a newcomer to the city doesn't really know any of the street names, except possibly their origin and their destination, this type of listing is useless. Where is the closest station to where I am? You won't be able to figure it out from this. Just a link to a real map would be nice. —The preceding comment was added by (talkcontribs)

Hi, thanks for your comment. As the articles are written by and for travelers, since you are in Lima at the moment you may be able to collect information about the electric train route and update the information. Any questions, let us know. Have a great time there! Adzas (talk) 16:49, 8 February 2015 (EST)