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university park Lima
Peru

Named for the house of the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos,  the first university in America.


In this park are several monuments and watch a monumental gift to the city by the German Cologne on the occasion of the centennial of the Independence of Peru in 1921. Also the Panteon de los Proceres.

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Tags: lima; parks; public space; university; historic downtown; san marcos university; parque universitario; peru
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