Photographic tour in the world’s largest fountain complex park in Lima!
It’s summer time here in Peru, also time to get your beloved cameras out and splash some water! This time, we’ll go to the largest fountain complex in the world, Parque del Agua. Yup, you can drink all the water you want, or just play with it, but don’t forget to take pictures, lots of pictures! Come on and join Lima’s community, splash some water and refresh yourself and your films this summer.
Meeting point: Parque del Agua (Av. Arequipa Cuadra 7 Puerta principal) Hour: 15:30 Entrance fee: 4.00 nuevos soles.
Date: Saturday 29th January 2011
Contact Person: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Address: Av. Arequipa cuadra 7, Puerta principal
Phone: (511) 980899716, (511) 997205985
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