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Map of La Libertad district in Peru

Basic information about La_Libertad
La Libertad is a region in northwestern Peru. Formerly it was known as the Department of La Libertad (Departamento de La Libertad). It is bordered by the Lambayeque, Cajamarca and Amazonas regions on the north, the San Martín Region on the east, the Ancash and Huánuco regions on the south and the Pacific Ocean on the west. Its capital is Trujillo, which is the nation's third biggest city. The region's main port is Salaverry, one of Peru's largest ports. The name of the region is Spanish for \freedom\ or \liberty\; it was named in honor of the Intendencia of Trujillo's proclaiming independence from Spain in 1820 and fighting for that.
Cities, towns & villages in La Libertad
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TrujilloTrujillo is a city in coastal northwestern Peru and the capital of La Libertad Region. It is the third most populous city and center of the second most populous metropolitan area of Peru. It is located on the banks of the Moche River, near its mouth at the Pacific Ocean, in the Moche Valley. This was a site of the great prehistoric Moche and Chimu cultures before the Inca conquest and subsequent expansion. Show Trujilloon the map
Puerto MalabrigoPuerto Chicama also called Puerto Malabrigo, is a port and small coastal town in northwestern Peru, located in La Libertad Region, some 70 km north of Trujillo city. (Google Earth also confirms these distances. In comparison, Tracks magazine has stated that a wave has been ridden at the \"Superbank\" on the Gold Coast in Australia for \"1.97km\"). The distance from 'the point' to 'the pier' at Chicama is about 2.2 km, which locals confirm has been ridden on a single wave, although the whole cape upon which the waves break, to their most westernmost end, is 4 km long. Although other waves break further up the cape from the main section of \"the point\", (including \"Malpaso\" (up to a few hundred metres) and \"Keys\" (up to 600m or so) apparently nobody has ridden a single wave the length of the whol Show Puerto Malabrigoon the map
CartavioSugar cane grows in the area and Cartavio has been home to the Cartavio Sugar Company since 1891. Once the site of rum production for Ron Cartavio (now produced in Perú), currently the sugar mill produces not only sugar but also up to 15 million litres of ethanol per year, which could be used by petroleum companies to replace the lead in petrol and thereby reducing the emissions of air pollutants. Show Cartavioon the map
HuanchacoHuanchaco is a beachside town of Mochica origin and a popular vacation spot. It is the most visited beach of Trujillo in Peru. Situated 12 km northwest of the city in a bay, on a terrace at the foot of Campana mountain, Huanchaco is notable for its surf breaks and its caballitos de totora, and its ceviche. Huanchaco is near the ruin of Chan Chan. Huanchaco was approved as a World Surfing Reserve by the organization Save The Waves Coalition in 2012 This historic town is part of the tourist circuit called the \"Moche Route\" or \"Ruta Moche\". Today it is still a beautiful beach that, despite its modernity, still retains its old charm. Show Huanchacoon the map
Buenos AiresBuenos Aires is a coastal town and resort located in Víctor Larco Herrera district, in Trujillo, Peru. This locality is subdivided into three zones: Buenos Aires South, extending to the border with the Moche district, Buenos Aires Central limiting with Vista Alegre by east and the sector called Buenos Aires North extending up to the limit with Huanchaco. In the north side of this town is located the headquarters of the Municipality of Victor Larco Herrera district. Show Buenos Aireson the map
HuamachucoHuamachuco is a town in northern Peru and capital of the province Sánchez Carrión in La Libertad Region. The city is the seat of the Territorial Prelature of Huamachuco. Lake Sausacocha lies to the northeast. About 30 miles away, within the Huamachuco district, is the significant archeological site of Marcahuamachuco. It is a complex of monuments, a prehistoric political and religious center of a culture that thrived 350 CE-1100 CE. Show Huamachucoon the map
San Pedro de LlocSan Pedro de Lloc is a town in the La Libertad Region of northern Peru. It is located at approximately 7°25′58″S 79°30′21″W / 7.43278°S 79.50583°W. It is the capital of the coastal Pacasmayo Province. San Pedro de Lloc is also known to be the last place of residence of the Italian-born scientist Antonio Raimondi. His home is located within a block of the main plaza and is open to the public as a museum. Show San Pedro de Llocon the map
SalaverrySalaverry is a port town located 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) southeast Trujillo city in the La Libertad Region, Peru. It is the capital of Salaverry District and it is located at around 8°13′16″S 78°58′34″W / 8.22111°S 78.97611°W. The port, rebuilt in the 1960s by an English company is able to accommodate large ships including tourist ships as those of the Carnival Company. Show Salaverryon the map
ChepénChepén is a city of La Libertad Region and capital of the Chepén Province, in Peru. The city is a rice production center with the valleys of Chepén and Jequetepeque, and has an active trading with neighboring Guadalupe, Pacasmayo and San Pedro de Lloc and other towns. It has factories in industrial dyes, food and primary production. Show Chepénon the map
OtuzcoThe Otuzco is a city located in the highlands of La Libertad, Peru. It is the capital of the Otuzco Province, and it is well known because there is the sanctuary of the Virgen de la Puerta. It is located at around 7°54′00″S 78°35′0″W / 7.90000°S 78.58333°W. Show Otuzcoon the map
Puerto MoriPuerto Morín is a Peruvian village and a beach located in Virú District, in La Libertad Region. It is located about 45 km south of Trujillo city. Puerto Morín is located within the jurisdiction of the Municipality of Santa Elena, locality of Virú. Show Puerto Morion the map
Casa GrandeCasa Grande is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the district of Casa Grande of Ascope Province in the region La Libertad. This town is located beside the Pan-American Highway some 48 km north of Trujillo city in the agricultural Chicama Valley. Show Casa Grandeon the map
JequetepequeJequetepeque is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the district Jequetepeque in Pacasmayo Province of La Libertad Region. This town is located some 117 km north Trujillo city and is primarily an agricultural center in the Jequetepeque Valley. Show Jequetepequeon the map
PaijánPaiján is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the district of Paiján of Ascope Province in the region La Libertad. This town is located beside the Pan-American Highway some 54 km north of Trujillo city in the agricultural Chicama Valley. Show Paijánon the map
PacangaPacanga is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the district Pacanga in Chepén Province of the region La Libertad. This town is located some 143 km north Trujillo city and is primarily an agricultural center in the Jequetepeque Valley. Show Pacangaon the map
PorotoPoroto is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the district Poroto in Trujillo Province of the region La Libertad. This town is located some 40 km east of Trujillo city and is primarily an agricultural center in the Valley of Moche. Show Porotoon the map
SimbalSimbal is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the district Simbal in Trujillo Province of the region La Libertad. This town is located some 40 km east of Trujillo city and is primarily an agricultural center in the Valley of Moche. Show Simbalon the map
Magdalena de CaoMagdalena de Cao is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the district Magdalena de Cao of Ascope Province in the region La Libertad. This town is located some 56 km northwest of Trujillo city in the agricultural Chicama Valley. Show Magdalena de Caoon the map
Santiago de CaoSantiago de Cao is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the district Santiago de Cao of Ascope Province in the region La Libertad. This town is located some 33 km northwest of Trujillo city in the agricultural Chicama Valley. Show Santiago de Caoon the map
ChiclínChiclín is a town in Northern Peru in Chicama District of Ascope Province in the region La Libertad. This town is located beside the Pan-American Highway some 35 km north of Trujillo city in the agricultural Chicama Valley. Show Chiclínon the map
GuadalupitoGuadalupito is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the district of Guadalupito in the region La Libertad. This town is located about 118 km south Trujillo city and It is primarily an agricultural center in the Chao Valley. Show Guadalupitoon the map
ChocopeChocope is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the district of Chocope in the region La Libertad. This town is located beside the Pan-American Highway some 45 km north of Trujillo city in the agricultural Chicama Valley. Show Chocopeon the map
Florencia de MoraFlorencia de Mora is a city in northern Peru, capital of the district Florencia de Mora in Trujillo Province of the region La Libertad. This city is located some 3 km north of the Historic Centre of Trujillo city. Show Florencia de Moraon the map
El MilagroEl Milagro is a populated place in the Huanchaco district in the La Libertad Region, Peru. It is part of the urban area of Trujillo city. In 2011, local residents had the idea of upgrading the area as a district. Fishing plays a large role in its economy. Show El Milagroon the map
Las DeliciasLas Delicias is a coastal town and resort located in Moche district, in Trujillo city, La Libertad Region, Peru. It is near the ancient town of Moche. This beach is between Buenos Aires and Salaverry towns. Show Las Deliciason the map
VirúVirú is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Virú in the region La Libertad. This town is located 48 km south Trujillo city and is primarily an agricultural center in the Viru Valley. Show Virúon the map
ShiranShirán is a town in Northern Peru, located in the district of Poroto in Trujillo Province of the region La Libertad. This town is located some 40 km east of Trujillo city in the Valley of Moche. Show Shiranon the map
RomaRoma is a town in Northern Peru in Casa Grande District of Ascope Province in the region La Libertad. This town is located some 44 km north of Trujillo city in the agricultural Chicama Valley. Show Romaon the map
SausalSausal is a town in Northern Peru in Chicama District of Ascope Province in the region La Libertad. This town is located some 65 km north of Trujillo city in the agricultural Chicama Valley. Show Sausalon the map
Vista AlegreVista Alegre is a town in the southwest side of Trujillo city, is located in Victor Larco Herrera District in the province of Trujillo, La Libertad Region, Peru. Show Vista Alegreon the map
ChicamaChicama is a town of Peru capital of Chicama District in Ascope Province of La Libertad Region. It is located at 30 km north of Trujillo city. Show Chicamaon the map
Santa ElenaSanta Elena is a Peruvian village located in Virú District, in La Libertad Region. It is located some 45 km south of Trujillo city. Show Santa Elenaon the map
TayabambaTayabamba is a city in Northern Peru, capital of the province Pataz in the region La Libertad. It is located to an altitude 3245 m. Show Tayabambaon the map
PacasmayoPacasmayo is a city in Northern Peru, in the Pacasmayo province, La Libertad Region. It is located 108 km north of Trujillo city. Show Pacasmayoon the map
LaredoLaredo is the city capital of Laredo District located 9 km from Trujillo, in La Libertad Region, Peru. Show Laredoon the map
Santiago de ChucoSantiago de Chuco is a city in Peru, capital of Santiago de Chuco Province, La Libertad Region. Show Santiago de Chucoon the map
AscopeAscope is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Ascope in the region La Libertad. Show Ascopeon the map
JulcánJulcán is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Julcán in the region La Libertad. Show Julcánon the map
MacheMache District is one of ten districts of the province Otuzco in Peru. Show Macheon the map
States, regions, administrative units in La Libertad
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La LibertadLa Libertad is a region in northwestern Peru. Formerly it was known as the Department of La Libertad (Departamento de La Libertad). It is bordered by the Lambayeque, Cajamarca and Amazonas regions on the north, the San Martín Region on the east, the Ancash and Huánuco regions on the south and the Pacific Ocean on the west. Its capital is Trujillo, which is the nation's third biggest city. The region's main port is Salaverry, one of Peru's largest ports. The name of the region is Spanish for \"freedom\" or \"liberty\"; it was named in honor of the Intendencia of Trujillo's proclaiming independence from Spain in 1820 and fighting for that.Show on map
MocheMoche is a Peruvian city, the capital of Moche District in Trujillo Province of La Libertad Region in northern Peru. It is located in the Moche Valley and was the center of development of the ancient Moche or Mochica culture. Now it is a major tourist destination of the Moche Route tourist circuit and It is part of the integrated area of Trujillo city.Show on map
Provincia de PacasmayoPacasmayo District is one of five districts of the province Pacasmayo in Peru. It lies just over 100 km north of Trujillo, in km number 681 from the Panamerican Highway, is located in the coast beside to the Pacific Ocean. The city is visited commonly for surfers.Show on map
GuadalupeGuadalupe is a city in Northern Peru, capital of the district Guadalupe in the region La Libertad. This town is located some 127 km north Trujillo city and is primarily an agricultural center in the Jequetepeque Valley.Show on map
PacasmayoThe Pacasmayo Province is one of twelve provinces of the La Libertad Region in Peru; also Pacasmayo is the name of one of its districts. The capital of this province is the city of San Pedro de Lloc.Show on map
Provincia de BolívarThe Bolívar Province is a Peruvian province located in the La Libertad Region. It is one of the twelve provinces that make up that region.Show on map
Gran ChimuThe Gran Chímu Province is one of twelve provinces of the La Libertad Region in Peru. The capital of this province is the city of Cascas.Show on map
Provincia de PatazThe Pataz Province is one of twelve provinces of the La Libertad Region in Peru. The capital of this province is the city of Tayabamba.Show on map
Provincia de OtuzcoThe Otuzco Province is one of twelve provinces of the La Libertad Region in Peru. The capital of this province is the city of Otuzco.Show on map
Florencia De MoraFlorencia de Mora District is one of eleven districts of the province Trujillo in Peru.Show on map
TrujilloTrujillo Province is one of twelve provinces in the region La Libertad in Peru.Show on map
Different buildings in La Libertad
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Chan ChanChan Chan, the largest city of the pre-Columbian era in South America, is now an archaeological site in La Libertad Region 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) west of Trujillo, Peru. Chan Chan is located in the mouth of the Moche Valley and was the capital of the historical empire of the Chimor from 900 to 1470, when they were defeated and incorporated into the Inca Empire. Chimor, a conquest state, developed from the Chimú culture which established itself along the Peruvian coast around 1400 AD. In the Chimú tongue, Chan Chan means \"Sun Sun;\" it was named for its sunny climate which is cooled year round by a southerly breeze.Show on map
Capitán FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International AirportCapitán FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport (IATA: TRU, ICAO: SPRU), known as Aeropuerto Internacional Capitán FAP Carlos Martínez de Pinillos in Spanish, is an airport serving Peru's third largest city, Trujillo, as well as the beach community of Huanchaco. It is the main air hub in northern Peru. The Trujillo VOR-DME (Ident: TRU) is located on the field.Show on map
Huaca del DragónThe Huaca del Dragon, also called Huaca del Arco Iris is an archeological site located in the Peruvian city of Trujillo, near Chan Chan. It is a large religious monument, administrative and ceremonial center. It is constructed of adobe, with murals decorated with friezes in relief showing human figures and representing a rainbow.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in La Libertad
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Laguna SausacochaLake Sausacocha (Spanish: Laguna Sausacocha, Quechua: Sawsaqucha) is a lake in Peru, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to the northeast of Huamachuco in Huamachuco District, Sánchez Carrión Province. Literal meaning of Sausacocha is “lagoon that never dries.” Overgrazed hillsides surround the lake and there are also Inca ruins nearby.Show on map
Laguna PíasLake Pías is a lake in Peru.Show on map