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Map of Pasco district in Peru

Basic information about Pasco
Pasco is a region in central Peru. Its capital is Cerro de Pasco.
Cities, towns & villages in Pasco
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HuarautamboWarawtampu (Quechua waraw high and deep, tampu inn, Hispanicized spelling Huarautambo) is an archaeological site in the Pasco Region in Peru. It is located in the Daniel Alcides Carrión Province, Yanahuanca District, in the community of that name. The archaeological site of Astupampa is close to it. The complex was built during the government of Pachakutiq Inka Yupanki. Some of the most interesting buildings at Warawtampu are Inkawasi (\"Inca house\"), Warmiwasi (\"woman house\") and Phaqcha (\"waterfall\"), an altar for water ceremonies. Show Huarautamboon the map
Cerro de PascoCerro de Pasco (population 70,000) is a city in central Peru, located at the top of the Andean mountains. It is the capital of the Pasco region, and an important mining center. At 4,330 metres (14,210 ft) elevation, it is one of the highest cities in the world, and the highest or the second highest city with over 50,000 inhabitants, with elevation reaching up to 4,380 m in the Yanacancha area. It is connected by road and by rail to the capital Lima, as far as 300 km. Show Cerro de Pascoon the map
OxapampaOxapampa is a town in Peru, on the eastern side of the department of the Pasco Region. A ranching and coffee centre, it was founded by German settlers in the 19th century. Oxapampa (altitude 1,800 m; population 10,000) belongs to the natural region known as Selva Alta or high jungle. 80 km down the valley is the settlement of Pozuzo (altitude 800 m). Show Oxapampaon the map
YanahuancaYanahuanca is a town in central Peru, capital of the province Daniel Alcídes Carrión in the region Pasco. Show Yanahuancaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Pasco
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Provincia de Daniel CarriónThe Daniel Alcides Carrión Province (Spanish: Provincia de Daniel Alcides Carrión) is the smallest of three provinces that make up the Pasco Region in Peru. It was named after the medical student Daniel Alcides Carrión. The capital of this province is Yanahuanca.Show on map
TinyahuarcoTinyahuarco (hispanicized spelling of Tinya Warkhu, a Quechua term, tinya a kind of drum, warkhu hanging) is one of thirteen districts of the province Pasco Province in the Pasco Region of Peru.Show on map
Provincia de OxapampaThe Oxapampa Province (Spanish: Provincia de Oxapampa) is the largest of three provinces that make up the Pasco Region in Peru. The capital of the Oxapampa province is the city of Oxapampa.Show on map
ChaupimarcaChaupimarca (hispanicized spelling from Quechua Chawpimarka, chawpi central, middle, marka village, \"central village\") is one of thirteen districts of the province Pasco in Peru.Show on map
Puerto BermudezPuerto Bermúdez District is one of eight districts of the province Oxapampa in Peru. Location of the village is -10.2977, -74.9352, on the Pichis River.Show on map
Provincia de PascoThe Pasco Province is one of the three provinces that make up the Pasco Region in Peru. The capital of this province is the city Cerro de Pasco.Show on map
ChontabambaChontabamba District is one of eight districts of the province Oxapampa in Peru.Show on map
HuancabambaHuancabamba District is one of eight districts of the province Oxapampa in Peru.Show on map
YanacanchaYanacancha District is one of thirteen districts of the province Pasco in Peru.Show on map
Villa RicaVilla Rica District is one of eight districts of the province Oxapampa in Peru.Show on map
HuayllayHuayllay District is one of thirteen districts of the province Pasco in Peru.Show on map
Oxapampa DistrictOxapampa District is one of eight districts of the province Oxapampa in Peru.Show on map
PascoPasco is a region in central Peru. Its capital is Cerro de Pasco.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Pasco
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Laguna HuascacochaWaskhaqucha (Quechua waskha (also waska) rope, qucha lake, hispanicized spelling Huascacocha) is a lake in Peru located in the Junín Region, Yauli Province, Carhuacayan District. It is situated at a height of approximately 4,484 m (14,711 ft), about 5.10 km long and 0.95 km at its widest point. In 2012 the Waskhaqucha dam was inaugurated. The dam lies was erected at the southeastern end of the lake.Show on map
Laguna AcucochaShow on map