Guillermo Billinghurst Bridge

Guillermo Billinghurst Bridge

Guillermo Billinghurst Bridge

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abundant in the Madre de Dios river is the bridge with 722 m. length and two towers of 40 m that rests on a concrete base and by twelve piles of steel nailed to the river of height, considered the longest in Peru , which are part of the Interoceanic South road and connects to Brazil with our country. This important means for trade and transport. It was inaugurated in July 2011 by then-President Alan García Pérez. This construction, with an investment of 27 million dollars, has been a dream of Peru and Brazil, especially for the residents of the area who were forced to use rafts as they passed the vehs.

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