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Phone Numbers with the (787) 918- Prefix

Area code:787 area code
Usage:Wireless Numbers
Carrier:New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC - GA
Current time:2:33pm
All Cities Served:Rio Piedras, PR
All Counties Served:San Juan County
All Zip Codes Served:00927, 00926, 00925
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Rio Piedras, PR

Río Piedras is a barrio of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Founded in 1714, it has been the home of the University of Puerto Rico's main campus since 1903, earning the town the popular name of Ciudad Universitaria (University City). Rio Piedras was recognized as a municipality until 1951 when it was incorporated into the municipality of San Juan.

Río Piedras' origins go back to 1714 when a settlement along the shores of the Piedras river was recognized by Governor Juan de Rivera. Originally known as El Roble, it eventually adopted the name of the river that crossed its territory (Río Piedras in Spanish).

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