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Trujillo (Peru)

capital city of La Libertad region, Peru
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EnglishTrujillo is a city in northwestern Peru and is the capital of La Libertad Region. The city is located on the banks of the Moche River, near its mouth at the Pacific Ocean, in a valley of great cultural hegemony with Moche and Chimu cultures at its respective time. Trujillo is known as the City of Eternal Spring, is considered the National capital of Marinera dance and cradle of typical Peruvian Paso Horse well as the Capital of Culture of Peru. It has sponsored numerous national and international cultural events, and has a lively arts community. Current festivals include the "National Marinera Contest", the "International Festival of Spring" and the "International Book Fair" among others. The city is considered Cradle of freedom, Cradle of Judiciary in Peru and received by the congress the title of Meritorious City and Faithful to the Fatherland. It is located at an average altitude of 34 meters, on the right bank of the Moche River to the Pacific Ocean, in the old valley "Chimo" today Moche Valley and Santa Catalina. According to the National Institute of Statistics and Informatics (INEI) in 2007 the city had a population of 709,566 inhabitants and considering the metropolitan area the population was of 804,269.

español.Trujillo es una ciudad en el noroeste de Perú y es la capital de la Región La Libertad. La ciudad está situada a orillas del río Moche, cerca de su desembocadura en el Océano Pacífico, en un valle de gran hegemonía cultural de las culturas Moche y Chimú, en su respectivo tiempo. Trujillo es conocida como la Ciudad de la Eterna Primavera, es considerada la capital nacional de la danza de la Marinera y la cuna del típico caballo Peruano de Paso, así mismo es considerada como la Capital de la Cultura del Perú. En la ciudad se realizan numerosos eventos culturales nacionales e internacionales, y tiene una comunidad artística muy animada. Los Festivales actuales incluyen el "Concurso Nacional de Marinera", el "Festival Internacional de Primavera", la bienal de Arte Contemporáneo iniciada en 1983 por el artista Gerardo Chávez y la "Feria Internacional del Libro", entre otros. La ciudad es considerada la cuna de la libertad en el país, la cuna del Poder Judicial en el Perú y recibió del congreso de la república el título de Ciudad Benemérita y Fidelísima a la Patria por su preponderante papel en la lucha por la Independencia peruana. Según el Instituto Nacional de Estadística e Informática (INEI) en el año 2007 la ciudad contaba con una población de 709.566 habitantes, 804.269 considerando el área metropolitana.

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Symbols & InsigniaEdit

MapsEdit

Trujillo and his ancestors Moche and ChimuEdit

Panoramic view of TrujilloEdit

Panoramic view of Trujillo at night
Panoramic view
Urban area
Partial view of Victor Larco Herrera urban area in the afternoon

Historic CenterEdit

Plaza de Armas or Main square, the left is the Cathedral of the cityEdit

Diferent views of main squareEdit

 
In the Main Square of Trujillo on 29 December 1820 the independence of Trujillo was proclaimed by the Marquis of Torre Tagle, in honor to the city the Freedom Monument by sculptor Edmund Moeller.

Iquitos SquareEdit

Views of the cityEdit

Trujillo city
 
Vista aérea de la ciudad

Festivals and eventsEdit

Marinera FestivalEdit

Images about Marinera Festival

Spring FestivalEdit

Images about Spring Festival of Trujillo

Peruvian Paso contestEdit

Trujillo city is considered the cradle of the typical Peruvian Paso horse.

ChurchesEdit

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of TrujilloEdit

CathedralEdit

Churches of the cityEdit

BuildingsEdit

Historic center buildingsEdit

Multifamily buildingsEdit

Malls and Shopping centersEdit

Street furnitureEdit

Beauty queens and modelsEdit

Archeological sitesEdit

Architecture Chimu and MochicaEdit

Temple or Huaca of the SunEdit

  • Vista panorámica de la Huaca del Sol, capital política de la cultura Mochica, ubicada al sur de Trujillo

Temple or Huaca of the MoonEdit

Huaca of the Dragon or Arco IrisEdit

Huaca EsmeraldaEdit

Ecological reservesEdit

Beaches and resortsEdit

Principal StreetsEdit

Classic BalconiesEdit

UniversitiesEdit

People related with National University of Trujillo (UNT)Edit

Some People related with National University of Trujillo (UNT)
       
Poet Cesar Vallejo
called by Thomas Merton "the greatest universal poet since Dante", studied at National University of Trujillo
Maria Julia Mantilla
Miss World 2004, studied Education at UNT
Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre
Political leader, studied literature at UNT
Ciro Alegría
journalist, politician, and novelist
Antenor Orrego
Studied Philosophy at UNT
Eduardo González Viaña
Studied Laws at UNT

GastronomyEdit

Museums and Exhibition HallsEdit

TransportationEdit

PhotomontagesEdit

SportsEdit

Soccer clubsEdit

PaintingsEdit

Ecological zonesEdit

SculpturesEdit

Metropolitan DistrictsEdit

Víctor Larco HerreraEdit

MapsEdit

  • Vista panorámica hacia Víctor Larco Herrera, al fondo se observa el océano Pacífico
Vista de una zona residencial de Victor Larco Herrera

MocheEdit

HuanchacoEdit

SalaverryEdit

LaredoEdit