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Puente Piedra District

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Puente Piedra District

The Peruvian district of Puente Piedra is one of the 43 districts in the Lima Province. The district was founded on February 14, 1927 by Law Nº 5675. It has an area of 71.18 square kilometers and a population of more than 200,000.


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