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Perú is an old intermediate station on Linea A. It has the standard design of two side platforms, original looking signage and is just beneath the surface with separate main fare control areas for each direction of the station. The transfers to Linea E at Bolivar and Linea B at Cathedral are from passageways at an extreme end of each platform. There is a line of narrow orange-red painted columns along each platform near their edges. The tiling on the platform walls are mostly a cream color with a boarder of the same orange-red. The station platform doesn't have any advertisements; instead the advertisement panels have historic photographs of the building of Linea A, the first Metro in Latin America.
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Last Updated: 12 December, 2009
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