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Escrito por Hunter-MX desde 220.127.116.11 (dsl-189-147-154-45-dyn.prod-infinitum.com.mx) el día martes, 08 de junio, 2010 a las 11:33:07 horas :
En respuesta a: Uruapan's Eduardo Ruiz National Park escrito por JoanieBlon () via proxy desde 18.104.22.168 (pool-96-252-219-198.tampfl.fios.verizon.net) el día martes, 08 de junio, 2010 a las 06:42:24 horas :
"Along the way, there are various waterfalls and pools, most of them man made. If you look closely, you can catch a glimpse of various piping and also the pumping station that helps run it all."
I feel a small correction is in order here. While it is true many of the water features are made from stone and concrete, the vast majority are of natural origins. The pipes and pumping stations are for the water supplies for the city, and the trout farm to a lesser degree. Not to power the water within the park. It is a vast series of natural springs and natural wells with the water carefully diverted to provide the flowing features. That is what makes it so unique.