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Map of Cajamarca district in Peru

Basic information about Cajamarca
Cajamarca is a state Region in Peru. The capital is the city of Cajamarca. It is located in the north part of the country and shares a border with Ecuador. It is located at heights reaching 8900 feet above sea level in the Andes Mountain Range, the longest mountain range in the world. Part of its territory includes the Amazon Rainforest, in total the largest in the world.
Cities, towns & villages in Cajamarca
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CajamarcaCajamarca (Spanish pronunciation: [kaxaˈmaɾka]) is the capital and largest city of the Cajamarca Region as well as an important cultural and commercial center in the northern Andes. It is located in the northern highlands of Peru at approximately 2,750 m (8,900 ft) above sea level in the valley of the Mashcon river. Cajamarca had an estimated population of about 226,031 inhabitants in 2015, making it the 13th largest city in Peru. Cajamarca has a mild highland climate, and the area has a very fertile soil. The city is well known for its dairy products and mining activity in the surroundings. Show Cajamarcaon the map
CascasCascas is a town in Northern Peru, capital of Gran Chimú Province in La Libertad Region. Cascas is an idyllic little city of 5000 people located in the mountains of the state of La Libertad, Peru. Located only 2 hours drive from The capital city of Trujillo, it is an easy bus trip with a variety of companies offering safe journeys on a 7-day-a-week basis. The primary industry and source of revenue of Cascas is the growing of grapes and the subsequent production of wine. Show Cascason the map
CelendínCelendín is a town in northern Peru, capital of the province Celendín in the region Cajamarca. During the first week of July 2012, four citizens protesting a mining project were killed by police forces under orders of the government led by Ollanta Humala. Show Celendínon the map
GuabalGuabal is a river village in the Huancabamba River valley, located on a western tributary of this river in northwestern Peru. It lies roughly 90 kilometres southwest of Jaén. The Limon Dam is under construction to the south. Show Guabalon the map
San MarcosSan Marcos is a town in Northern Peru, capital of San Marcos province in the region of Cajamarca. Show San Marcoson the map
San PabloSan Pablo is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province San Pablo in the region Cajamarca. Show San Pabloon the map
CajabambaCajabamba is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Cajabamba in the region Cajamarca. Show Cajabambaon the map
ContumazáContumazá is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Contumazá in the region Cajamarca. Show Contumazáon the map
IchocánIchocán is a town in the Cajamarca region, San Marcos Province, Ichocán District, Peru. Show Ichocánon the map
Matará Show Mataráon the map
JaénJaén District is one of twelve districts of the province Jaén in Peru. Show Jaénon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Cajamarca
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Provincia de San MiguelThe San Miguel Province is one of the thirteen provinces in the Cajamarca Region of Peru. It was created by Law No. 15152 on September 29, 1964 by president Fernando Belaunde Terry. It has a mountainous territory which varies in height from 500 to more than 4,000 metres (1,600–13,000 ft) above sea level. As a result, there is a great diversity of climates ranging from hot and dry at lower altitudes to cold and rainy at higher levels. Herding is an important economic activity thanks to the existence of extensive pastures. Its main product is cow's milk which is either sold outside the province or transformed into dairy products such as cheese. There are several gold mines in production in the higher regions of the province. There's also an important handicraft industry mainly devoted to texShow on map
Provincia de JaénThe Jaén Province is one of the thirteen provinces in the Cajamarca Region of Peru. Geographically, the province has a mountainous terrain crisscrossed by the rivers of the Huancabamba-Chamaya Basin, which drain towards the Marañón River. Its weather is characterized by high temperatures all year long and heavy rains from October through March. Agriculture and husbandry absorb over half of the province workforce. rice and coffee are main crops.Show on map
CajamarcaCajamarca is a state Region in Peru. The capital is the city of Cajamarca. It is located in the north part of the country and shares a border with Ecuador. It is located at heights reaching 8900 feet above sea level in the Andes Mountain Range, the longest mountain range in the world. Part of its territory includes the Amazon Rainforest, in total the largest in the world.Show on map
Provincia de Santa CruzSanta Cruz Province is a province in the Cajamarca Region of Peru, with its capital at Santa Cruz de Succhabamba. The province has an area of 1,417.93 km² and the government population estimate for 2002 is 49,302, with the 1993 census showing a population of 44,571. Agriculture is the predominant economic activity.Show on map
JaenThe city of Jaén is the capital of the Jaén Province in the Cajamarca Region in Peru, located in the high jungle of northern Peru. It is the seat of the Catholic Apostolic Vicariate of St. Francis Xavier, also known as Apostolic Vicariate of Jaén en Peru.Show on map
Provincia de CutervoThe Cutervo Province is one of the thirteen that make up the Cajamarca Region of Peru. It is the home of the Cutervo National Park. It has a population of 162,686 and an area 3,028.46 square kilometers (1,169.29 sq mi).Show on map
Provincia de San IgnacioThe San Ignacio Province is one of thirteen provinces located in the Cajamarca Region of Peru. The capital of this province is the city of San Ignacio.Show on map
ChotaChota is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Chota in the region Cajamarca. The city is the seat of the Territorial Prelature of Chota.Show on map
Provincia de HualgayocHualgayoc Province is a province of the Cajamarca Region in Peru. The capital of the province is the city of Bambamarca.Show on map
Provincia de CelendínCelendín Province is a province of the Cajamarca Region in Peru. The capital of the province is the city of Celendín.Show on map
Provincia de ChotaChota Province is a province of the Cajamarca Region in Peru. The capital of the province is the city of Chota.Show on map
Provincia de CajamarcaCajamarca Province is a province of the Cajamarca Region in Peru. The capital of the province is Cajamarca.Show on map
Provincia de CajabambaCajabamba Province is a province of the Cajamarca Region in Peru. The capital of the province is Cajabamba.Show on map
Provincia de ContumazáContumazá Province is a province of the Cajamarca Region in Peru.Show on map
Different buildings in Cajamarca
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CajamarcaMayor General FAP Armando Revoredo Iglesias Airport (IATA: CJA, ICAO: SPJR), known in Spanish as Aeropuerto Mayor General FAP Armando Revoredo Iglesias (with Mayor General often abbreviated as My. Gral.), is an airport serving Cajamarca, capital of the Cajamarca Region in Peru. It is run by CORPAC S.A. (Corporación Peruana de Aeropuertos y Aviación Comercial S.A.), a government organization that oversees management of Peruvian airports. The runway has high terrain to the north. The Cajamarca non-directional beacon (Ident: MAR) is located on the field.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Cajamarca
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Río ChinchipeThe Chinchipe River is a river on the border between Ecuador and Peru. It rises in Ecuador, in the Zamora-Chinchipe Province, in the Podocarpus National Park. Then it flows through the Piura Region, and the Cajamarca Region in the San Ignacio Province of Peru. The river flows into the Maranon River. The basin formed by the river covers an area of 9,686.96 km2. The river originates in Ecuador at the confluence of the Palanda and Numbala rivers. It changes its name when crossing the border into Peru. In Ecuador and Peru, the river is also known as Canananbo, Chuquimayo, or Mayo.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Cajamarca
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Tabaconas Namballe National SanctuaryThe Tabaconas Namballe National Sanctuary (National Sanctum Tabaconas-Namballe) is a national sanctuary in Peru known for its misty forests. It is located in San Ignacio Province, Cajamarca Region, in the districts of Tabaconas and Namballe. It has an area of 29,500 ha (73,000 acres). It was established on May 20, 1988 by Supreme Decree Nº 051-88-AG.Show on map