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  Science Fair Projects - Trujillo, Peru
Trujillo is a city of northwestern Peru; it is the capital of the La Libertad Region.
Trujillo was founded in 1534 by Diego de Almagro under the name of "Villa Trujillo" in honour of Francisco Pizarro's birthplace, Trujillo in Extremadura, Spain.
Trujillo is an inland commercial and transportation center for the surrounding farming areas.
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 Trujillo, Peru - LoveToKnow 1911
Trujillo was once an important commercial centre and the metropolis of northern Peru, but the short railways running inland from various ports have taken away its commercial importance.
Trujillo was founded in 1535, by Francisco Pizarro, who gave it the name of his native city in Spain.
Nothing is known of their history or of their political institutions, but these remains of their handiwork bear eloquent testimony that they had reached a degree of development in some respects higher even than that of the Incas.
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 Trujillo Peru Travel Guide, Trujillo Hotels and Tours
Trujillo City is the capital of the department La Libertad.
Trujillo was the first important city of Peru that proclaimed its independence of the Spaniards on December 20th, 1820.
Museums of Trujillo: Outstands the Archaeological Museum of the Universidad Nacional de Trujillo (National University of Trujillo).
www.go2peru.com /trujillo_travel_guide.htm   (427 words)

  
 Trujillo, Peru
Iquitos is the most important city of Peru’s section of the Amazon Rainforest, where you will find a very unusual mixture of cultures: from witch doctors to Fitzcarraldo to a tin house designed by Eiffel that stands proudly on the main square of the city.
In 1534 with the arrival of the Spanish to this valley, Trujillo was founded, and it became one of the most important cities of the viceroyalty.
Trujillo was the first city of northern Peru that proclaimed its independence on December 29th, 1820.
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 Trujillo, Peru/ Tulane University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
All deal with a particular colonial building of Trujillo, Peru, or with the city itself and include architectural plans and illustrations.
Analysis of the Church of St. Augustin in Trujillo
Davis, Angeles C. The Cathedral of Trujillo, Peru: A Documentation
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 Turismo en Trujillo - Perú Contact
Trujillo es una de las ciudades más notables y acogedoras del Perú.
Trujillo es tierra de los caballos de paso únicos en el mundo y de sus elegantes chalanes con poncho de lino y sombrero de paja.
Playa de Huanchaco, ubicado a 11 kilómetros de la ciudad de Trujillo, famosa por su comida marina y sus embarcaciones artesanales de origen mochica: los caballitos de totora.
www.perucontact.com /es/conozca/la_libertad.php   (1017 words)

  
 Trujillo Peru.   Piura Peru
Trujillo is also noted for its colorful colonial architecture, with building painted in bright blues, yellows, reds and oranges.
Trujillo is an excellent place to sample ceviche (a mixture of raw fishes marinated in a lime juice marinade) and other local seafood.
On the fringe of Trujillo are the ruins of Chan Chan, possible the world's largest adobe city that was, at one time, home to the Chimu Indian tribe.
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 Tourism in Trujillo - Peru Contact
Trujillo is one of the most notable and cosy cities of Peru.
Trujillo is home of the "paso horses" unique in the world and of its elegant horse-dealers with ponchos of linen and hay hats.
The spring festival was created in 1950 by the iniciative of the Lions Club of Trujillo, which elected a beauty queen and carried out a parade with allegoric cars along the main street of the city followed by a merry juvenile party.
www.perucontact.com /en/conozca/la_libertad.php   (977 words)

  
 Excursions in Trujillo - Hiking Peru Tour Operator - Cusco, Peru
Trujillo: a nice town to walk around, with lots of interesting colonial buildings and a good atmosphere.
Trujillo es una ciudad conocida como “la ciudad del eterna primavera” esta ciudad esta inmersa en un estilo colonial que disfruta de una preciosa costa bañada por el océano pacifico.
Trujillo es una ciudad que goza de clima calido a lo largo de las diferentes estaciones del año, lo que hace su visita placentera.
www.hikingperu.com /english/trujillo.html   (306 words)

  
 Trujillo travel guide - Wikitravel
Trujillo is a moderately large city in Northwestern Peru, very close to the Pacific Coast.
Trujillo del Peru was founded in 1534 among 4 (of 3,500 archaeological sites in the valley) Chimu (and earlier remarkable cultures) settlements to enable the Spanish to ally with them against the Incas.
Trujillo is on the Pan-American Highway with numerous connections south to Chimbote, Lima and north to Chiclayo, Piura, Mancora, and Tumbes on the border with Ecuador.
wikitravel.org /en/Trujillo_(Peru)   (1079 words)

  
 Información turística con respecto a Trujillo, Perú
Trujillo se ubica en el departamento de La Libertad, al norte del Perú, ciudad privilegiada; posee costas, playas, y hasta una región andina.
Tenemos a su disposición una selección de 4 excursiones que parten de Trujillo.
Tenemos a su disposición una selección de 2 circuitos que pasan por Trujillo.
www.peruhotel.com /espanol/villes.php3?idville=211   (170 words)

  
 Trujillo, Peru PERU Tourism: Attractions - SideStep   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Trujillo has an impressive collection of elegant colonial- and republican-era houses (casas antiguas) and baroque churches, as well as one of Peru's odder museums of ancient ceramics.
Trujillo's pastel colonial buildings are distinguished by their ornamental wrought-iron window grilles, unusual in Peru.
The Moche, who inhabited the northern coastal desert of Peru from A.D. 100 to 700, left detailed information about their entire civilization in their finely detailed ceramics, which are some of the finest produced in pre-Columbian Peru.
www.sidestep.com /travel-info-t2885010029-attractions_trujillo_peru   (948 words)

  
 Old Trujillo, Peru
Allow at least a half day on foot for seeing Trujillo’s colonial core, which offers a dense cluster of well-preserved homes and churches to the north of Plaza de Armas.
The waterworks for colonial Trujillo can be seen a few blocks away at Plazuela El Recreo (Estete and Pizarro), where the Spaniards extended Moche and Chimú irrigation channels in order to deliver river water to the aristocratic households of the city.
The original house was destroyed in the 1619 earthquake and was remodeled at least twice, mostly recently in the mid-19th century.
www.moon.com /planner/peru/mustsee/old_trujillo.html   (856 words)

  
 Trujillo Peru, Travel information on Peru, Peru Tours
Trujillo is a pretty, clean city located on the northern coast of Peru.
Trujillo is an excellent place to try ceviche (a mixture of raw fishes marinated in a lime juice concoction) and other local seafood.
Just outside of Trujillo you can visit the Moche Temple of the Moon, and admire its colored, sculpted mud walls that were preserved for centuries under layers of dry sand.
www.destination360.com /peru/trujillo.php   (1023 words)

  
 Truxillo daily photo
Colonial balconies were a characteristic style in Trujillo, they are original, non repeated, and they are less and less.
Trujillo is known for being a represent of shoes industry, but here, there's no a great factory o industry.
Yellow house was a church but now, it's part of the main University of Trujillo, which use it for academic events or special ceremonies.
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 Peru Trujillo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Pero a pesar de las diferencias climáticas, la ciudad de Trujillo no cambia, y sus ciudades y habitantes mantienen el mismo espíritu que caracteriza a quienes han logrado seguirle el compás al tiempo.
Trujillo ha logrado adecuarse a los cambios del tiempo.
Los habitantes de Trujillo viven diariamente entre celebraciones y bailes, y es que el tiempo parece olvidarse mientras se está allí, pero nunca se pierde.
peru.gotolatin.com /Html_s/PeruTrujillo/Trujillo.asp   (1407 words)

  
 Trujillo - DestinationPlanner to Peru for your incentive and meeting
One of the most beautiful cities in Peru, Trujillo was founded in 1534 by Peru's conquistador Francisco Pizarro who named it after his birthplace in Spain.
Trujillo, with its year round spring-like climate, is full of tradition and aristocratic mansions.
Just south of Trujillo lie the imposing 130-foot high Moche pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, the center of Moche power from 100 to 600 AD and the tallest adobe structure in the Americas.
www.destinationplanner.com /south_america/peru/trujillo.html   (186 words)

  
 Trujillo - Peru
Trujillo is the capital of the La Libertad Region, and is the third-largest city in the country, behind Lima and Arequipa.
Tourism is also a major industry in Trujillo due to the city's closeness to important sites where the Moche and Chimu civilizations evolved.
Trujillo aspires to be considered a World Heritage Site, because of the proximity of both those cultures and its historical colonial city centre whose old houses attract many visitors.
www.virtualperu.net /cities_trujillo.html   (142 words)

  
 Trujillo peru maps
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 Trujillo, Peru : Introduction | Frommers.com
Trujillo, the capital of La Libertad department, is the third-largest city in Peru and one of only two of commercial importance on the entire north coast.
The importance of this area greatly predates the arrival of the Spaniards, however, and Trujillo is celebrated mostly for a stunning collection of pre-Columbian sites that abound on the outskirts of the city.
Near Trujillo is Huanchaco, a laid-back beach resort that serves as a virtual bedroom community for many visitors, particularly younger travelers with an interest in surfing.
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 Trujillo Perú
Trujillo, es la provincia capital de la Libertad con valuables recursos turísticos los cuales principalmente se encuentra en la misma ciudad o muy cercanos a esta.
En Trujillo casi todo el mundo pide Pilsen Trujillo, la cerveza local, para acompañar y asentar el almuerzo, sin embargo otra bebida preferida es la chicha de jora de maíz.
Para gozar de una buena ubicación y lograr un asiento hay que comprarlo con anticipación debido a la gran concurrencia de público para ver la creatividad de los concursantes y a las bellezas que vienen de diferentes partes del mundo.
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 TRUJILLO PERU - Attractions
In 1759, it was seriously damaged by an earthquake; nonetheless, the main "retablo", considered a masterpiece in the style of Churriguera, was not the least bit damaged.
Also worth a visit are the Houses of Mayorazgo, as old as the city itself, and holding one of Peru's greatest numismatic collections; of the Marquises of Herrera y Valle Hermoso, on one of the corners of the Main Square; of Don Luis Fernando Ganoza, of the Counts of Aranda and of Mariscal Orbegoso.
According to legend it was built in one day, and is considered the largest "huaca" in Peru, as 140 million adobe bricks were used to build it.
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 Trujillo Peru travel guide
Trujillo has a spring climate without marked extremes of hot or cold.
The Trujillo - Lima flight is approximately 45 min.
Trujillo is connected to all the cities on the Peruvian coast, as well as all the provinces of the La Libertad Department.
www.peru-travel.net /trujillo/trujillo.html   (1561 words)

  
 VOLUNTEER PESQUED CHILDREN'S CENTRE - Cerro Pesqueda, Trujillo, Peru   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
PESQUEDA CHILDREN'S CENTRE is part of a non profit organisation operating in the city of Trujillo, Peru, with the aim of giving aid and support to children from impoverished backgrounds living in and around the area.
Trujillo is a city of 651,000 inhabitants, on the Paciffic Ocean in northern Peru.
Like many Latin American settlements, it is characterised by an attractive and ornate colonial centre, with the poorest partssprawling along the coast to the north and south, and to the west toward the Andees mountains.
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 Trujillo, Peru
Trujillo is the third largest city in Peru and the central hub of the North Coast.
Trujillo has a unique colonial flare, with bright and pastel color buildings and beautiful wrought iron window railings.
Trujillo was founded in 1535 by Francisco Pizzaro, and named after the town of his birth in Spain.
www.planetware.com /peru/trujillo-per-ll-t.htm   (178 words)

  
 farblaser-shop.de www.farblaser-shop.de Trujillo (Peru)
Trujillo ist die Hauptstadt der Provinz La Libertad und mit 2.200.000 Einwohnern die zweitgrößte und reichste Stadt Perus.
Sie ist die wichtigste Stadt Perus nördlich von Lima.
Trujillo wurde 1535 gegründet und nach dem Geburtsort von Francisco Pizarro in Spanien benannt.
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 Trujillo Tourist Information - A Guide to the City of Trujillo, Peru
Trujillo is a friendly and colonial city, which is at the same time one of the main economic and cultural centers of northern Peru.
Trujillo was founded in 1534 as one of the main cities in the vice-regency.
Beaches near Trujillo are ideal for visitors, not just because of the superb local seafood, fresh caught, or the cool sea breeze, but also for the opportunities to be had for adventure sports and contact with tradition.
www.andeantravelweb.com /peru/destinations/trujillo/index.html   (712 words)

  
 Trujillo Digital la página web de la ciudad de Trujillo - Peru
Respecto al video de lanzamiento los investigadores del trujillo digital descubrieron que ell director de cine Stanley estuvo a cargo del spot lanzamiento de la cerveza Barena, de Backus SAP Miller, que se filmó en Perú y República Dominicana.
Nuestro objetivo es que el cliente de Trujillo tenga a su disposición una agencia del Banco cerca y siempre recibiendo la misma buena calidad de atención que nos caracteriza, señaló Fanny Melgar Gerente Regional del Banco del Trabajo.
It re-discovers Trujillo, and his cultural artistic and human legacy, here you were finding rich Peruvian information of the department of The Freedom and of the beautiful city of Trujillo
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