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Map of Lima highlighting Lince.PNG
Location of Lince in the Lima province
Coat of Arms
COA Lince District in Lima Province.png
District sign Peru Lima Lince.jpg
Country  Peru
Province Lima
Founded May 29, 1936
Capital Lince
3.03 km2
117 metres (384 ft)
Population (as of the 2005 Census)
 - Total
 - Density

Mayor Fortunato Martin Principe Laines
Subdivisions 1 populated center
UBIGEO 150116
Official website

Lince is a district of the Lima Province in Peru. It is part of the city of Lima. Officially established as a district on May 29, 1936, the current mayor (alcalde) of Lince is Fortunato Príncipe. The district's postal code is 14.



The district has a total land area of 3.03 km². Its administrative center is located 117 meters above sea level. The three main sections of Lince are the West Side (also known as Lobatón), the East Side (both sides are separated by Avenida Arenales), and San Eugenio, southeast of the East Side facing the Paseo de la República Expressway.

North to South, Lince follows the block numbering started in Santa Beatriz section of downtown Lima and its parallel in Jesús María, however, there are a few north-south avenues that do not have a Santa Beatriz counterpart, particularly on the East Side.

Although not commonly known, Lince possesses a great concentration of Art Deco architecture, comparable in density and style to the highly appreciated Art Deco architecture of the South Beach district of Miami, Florida, USA. Many of these art deco buildings in Lince (which include homes, businesses, schools, etc.), are well maintained and have endured little modification from their original design in the late 1930's. The area, however, is not yet regarded as a tourism district nor as a historic preservation area.




According to a 2002 estimate by the INEI, the district has 70,968 inhabitants and a population density of 23,421.8 persons/km². In 1999, there were 16,907 households in the district.

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Coordinates: 12°06′S 77°03′W / 12.1°S 77.05°W / -12.1; -77.05


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