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Map of Apurimac district in Peru

Basic information about Apurimac
Apurímac is a region in southern-central Peru. It is bordered on the east by the Cusco Region, on the west by the Ayacucho Region, and on the south by the Arequipa and Ayacucho regions. The region's name originates from the Quechua language and means \where the gods speak\ in reference to the many mountains of the region (gods in the andean religion) that seem to be talking to each other.
Cities, towns & villages in Apurimac
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PampachiriPampachiri is a rural district in Andahuaylas Province in the Apurímac Region of southern Peru. It is also the name of a village in the district. The population of the district is about 2,400 with about 1,000 of those residents living in the village of the same name. Before the Spanish conquest it was populated by the Incas, Chancas and Wari peoples who have left numerous archeological sites in the area. There exist populations of pumas, condors and many other rare animals and plants. Show Pampachirion the map
ChincherosChincheros is a town in southern Peru, capital of the province of the same name in the Apurímac Region. As of the last Census in 2012, Chincheros has a total population of 51,583. The inhabitants are mainly indigenous citizen of Chanka descent, primarily speaking Quechuan languages. Show Chincheroson the map
AntabambaAntabamba (in hispanicized spelling) or Antapampa (Quechua anta copper, pampa plain, \"copper plain\") is a town in southern Peru, capital of the province with the same name in the region Apurímac. Place of birth of the renamed essayist Juan Espinoza Medrano \"El Lunarejo\" who in the sixtienth century, the so-called \"Spanish Golden Era\" wrote, since a remote place of the empire, the best argument in favor of the Culteralismo movement, impressing all of the cultural escenario of his times.Antabamba is a rich place in natural resources and specially in minerals. Gold, silver, cooper and iron could be easily found but the remote mountainous area and the lack of roads makes non-profitable their exploitation. Show Antabambaon the map
AndahuaylasAndahuaylas (Quechua Antawaylla, anta copper, waylla meadow, \"copper meadow\") is a Peruvian city. It is the capital of the Andahuaylas Province in the Apurímac Region. It is known as the pradera de los celajes (Spanish for \"prairie of colored clouds\"). Its approximate population of 63 000 inhabitants makes it the first largest city in the region. Show Andahuaylason the map
ChalhuancaChalhuanca is a town in southern Peru, capital of the province Aymaraes in the region Apurímac. It is famous as one of the best places in Peru for canoeing and other river-related adventure sports. Their river fisheries are also renown for their delicate produce. Chalhuanca has a resort-placed named Pincahuacho which is famous for its volcanic waters. Show Chalhuancaon the map
ChuquibambillaChuquibambilla is a town in southern Peru, capital of the province Grau in the region Apurímac. The city is the seat of the Territorial Prelature of Chuquibambilla. Show Chuquibambillaon the map
AbancayAbancay is a city in southern-central Peru. It is the capital of both the Apurímac Region and the Abancay Province. Show Abancayon the map
CcotancaireCcotancaire is a populated place in Apurímac Region, Peru. Show Ccotancaireon the map
CcullcoCcullco is a populated place in Apurímac Region, Peru. Show Ccullcoon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Apurimac
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ApurimacApurímac is a region in southern-central Peru. It is bordered on the east by the Cusco Region, on the west by the Ayacucho Region, and on the south by the Arequipa and Ayacucho regions. The region's name originates from the Quechua language and means \"where the gods speak\" in reference to the many mountains of the region (gods in the andean religion) that seem to be talking to each other.Show on map
Provincia de AndahuaylasAndahuaylas Province is the second largest of the seven provinces of the Apurímac Region in Peru. The capital of the province is the city of Andahuaylas. The province is located in the north-eastern part of the region and measures 3,987.00 square kilometres (1,539.39 sq mi).Show on map
Provincia de AymaraesAymaraes Province is the largest of seven provinces of the Apurímac Region in Peru. The capital of the province is the city of Chalhuanca. The province was founded by General Simón Bolívar on June 21, 1824.Show on map
Provincia de GrauGrau Province is one of the seven provinces of the Apurímac Region in Peru. The capital of the province is the city of Chuquibambilla. The province was named after the naval officer Miguel Grau Seminario.Show on map
Provincia de CotabambasThe Cotabambas Province is a province located in the Apurímac Region of Peru. The province has a population of 44,028 inhabitants. The capital of this province is the city of Tambobamba.Show on map
Provincia de AntabambaAntabamba Province is one of the seven provinces of the Apurímac Region in Peru. The capital of the province is the city of Antabamba.Show on map
Provincia de AbancayThe Abancay Province is one of seven provinces of the Apurímac Region in Peru. The capital of the province is the city of Abancay.Show on map
Different buildings in Apurimac
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Andahuaylas AirportAndahuaylas Airport (IATA: ANS, ICAO: SPHY) is a high-elevation airport serving Andahuaylas, Peru. It is an important airport in the Apurímac Region as being the only one with scheduled commercial flights. It is operated by the civil government. Apart from its scheduled flights, it also has many charter flights. The airport is 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) southeast of Andahuaylas, and sits on a mesa above the Chumbao River, which continues north and west into the town. There is high terrain in all quadrants.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Apurimac
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Laguna PacuchaLake Pacucha is a lake in the Apurímac Region in Peru.Show on map