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La Molina, Lima

The District La Molina

Municipalidad de La Molina

Address
Av. Elías Aparicio 740
District
  • La Molina
City (Peru)
Lima
Postal Code
Lima 12

La Molina is east of Lima's city center. It's a mid to upper class residential district with numerous Peruvian celebrities and politicians living there. Catering perfectly for its wealthy citizens La Molina offers more tranquility and peace than most other districts, more sunny days throughout the year, lots of green areas, classy houses, fancy shopping facilities and exclusive Clubs.

Due to the higher standard of La Molina there are various first class international schools and well-recognized universities. The only two small disadvantage of living in La Molina are high burglary numbers and a quite bad transportation connection to other districts with the two main avenues being congested especially during rush hours.

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