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thread #09: more SAN ISIDRO

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More pics about San Isidro's office buildings........This new thread shows Standard Chartered Bank, WIESE tower, and Peru's tallest Chocavento tower.

Thread #10: Skylines and panoramas of FINANCIAL SAN ISIDRO..........

Standard Chartered Bank, 18 floors, 73 meters high

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WIESE TOWER, 19 floors, 83 meters high

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CHOCAVENTO, Lima's tallest at 107 meters high with only 24 floors

.....at 7 in the morning.......

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......at 3 PM.........

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......BACK FACADE.........

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Thank you SkyPeru34 for your post.These are modern marvels of Peru.I like these buildings and would like to visit your country. :huh:

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thx for your words..please......take a look to all of my threads about Lima and post on them, i wish to know what you think about this "emerging" city architecturaly...........

Lima is becoming an interesting and attractive city in terms of architecture since the 1990s.......although it hasnt tall buildings as those in cities from america and asia, ''the city of the Kings" balances its lack of height with really beautiful and innovative designs on buildings...............

Soon i will post about the rest of the cities including my town Trujillo, as well as Cuzco and Macchu Picchu and others.................cheers..............

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Nice pics. I like the use of color on the side of the Citibank Building. It's so much better than the drab grays and whites used on many buildings here.

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Very nice photos. I really like the citibank building. Does Lima have a mass transit system and is it well used?

Lima has one of those that used to be under construction in the late 1980s. Fortunately, now construction will resume soon. Besides a new train station will be built covering the whole Lima...............

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