The Old Book Fair in Peru will be open until today, October 31 in the Plaza de la Democracia del Cercado de Lima.
“The Old Book Fair reaches its fifth edition which will be valid until October 31 in the Plaza de la Democracia, in the city of Lima, capital of Peru. It offers old and unique editions, some of them from the 18th century”, informed Telesur.
The public, in general, can appreciate and acquire the bibliographic material of exhausted titles and books referring to the history of Lima.
The Municipality of Lima holds this fair for the fifth time in order to promote the habit of reading and giving new uses to the public space to facilitate access to books for the residents of Lima.
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