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Map of Lambayeque district in Peru

Basic information about Lambayeque
Lambayeque is a region in northwestern Peru known for its rich Moche and Chimú historical past. The region's name originates from the ancient pre-Inca civilization of the Lambayeque.
Cities, towns & villages in Lambayeque
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ChiclayoChiclayo (Spanish pronunciation: [tʃiˈklaʝo]) is the principal city of the Lambayeque region in northern Peru. It is located 13 kilometers inland from the Pacific coast and 770 kilometers from the nation's capital, Lima. Chiclayo is Peru's fourth-largest city, after Lima, Arequipa, and Trujillo, with a population of 738,000 as of 2011. The Lambayeque region is the fourth most populous metropolitan area of Peru, with a population of 972,713 in 2009. Show Chiclayoon the map
LambayequeLambayeque is a city in the Lambayeque region of northern Peru. It is notable for its exceptional museums featuring artifacts from local prehistoric archaeological sites. The vast plains of Túcume are part of the Lambayeque Valley, the largest valley of the north coast of Peru. The Lambayeque Valley is the site of scores of natural and man-made waterways and is also a region of about 250 decaying mud-brick pyramids. Show Lambayequeon the map
Pampa GrandePampa Grande is an archaeological site located in the Lambayeque Valley, in northern Peru, situated on the south shore of the Chancay River. It is located to the east of the city of Chiclayo. This ancient city belonged both to Cupisnique and to Chavin cultures, and the earliest dates are around 600 BC. Later, during the Moche period (600-700 A.D.), the city was a major regional capital. Another famous Moche site, Sipan, is located only about 10 km west from Pampa Grande along the Chancay River valley. Show Pampa Grandeon the map
MonsefúMonsefú is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the Monsefú district in the Chiclayo in the region Lambayeque. It is renowned for its food and handicrafts, which are on display at the annual FEXTICUM festival, named in 1973 by Professor Limberg Chero Ballena and held in July during Fiestas Patrias. Monsefú is also the home of the cumbia groups Grupo 5 and Hermanos Yaipen. Monsefú was elevated to the category of \"city\" on October 26, 1888. Show Monsefúon the map
VentarrónVentarrón is the site of a 4,000-year-old temple with painted murals, which was excavated in Peru in 2007 near Chiclayo, in the Lambayeque region on the northern coast. This is the period of the early Cupisnique culture. Show Ventarrónon the map
FerreñafeFerreñafe is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Ferreñafe in the region Lambayeque. Show Ferreñafeon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Lambayeque
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LambayequeLambayeque is a region in northwestern Peru known for its rich Moche and Chimú historical past. The region's name originates from the ancient pre-Inca civilization of the Lambayeque.Show on map
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Provincia de FerreñafeThe Ferreñafe Province is the smallest of three provinces of the Lambayeque Region in Peru.Show on map
Provincia de LambayequeThe Lambayeque Province is the largest of three provinces in Peru's Lambayeque Region.Show on map
Provincia de ChiclayoThe Chiclayo Province is one of three provinces of the Lambayeque Region in Peru.Show on map
Different buildings in Lambayeque
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Cap. FAP José A. Quiñones Gonzáles International AirportCapitán FAP José A. Quiñones González International Airport (IATA: CIX, ICAO: SPHI) is an airport serving Chiclayo, Peru and the surrounding metropolitan area. It is run by ADP a private airport operator that operates various airports in northern Peru. It is the main airport of the Lambayeque Region, one of the most populous regions of Peru. The Chiclayo VOR-DME (Ident: CLA) is 3.57 nautical miles (6.61 km) off the threshold of runway 19. The Chiclayo non-directional beacon (Ident: HIC) is located on the field.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Lambayeque
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Isla Lobos de TierraLobos de Tierra is a Peruvian island situated 19 km from the mainland close to the Illescas Peninsula and the boundary between the departments of Piura and Lambayeque regions. Its area is 16 km², its approximate length is 10 km, and its approximate width is 3 km.Show on map