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Map of San Martin district in Peru

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San Martín is a region in northern Peru. Most of the region is located in the upper part of the Peruvian Amazon rainforest. Its capital is Moyobamba and the largest city in the region is Tarapoto.
Cities, towns & villages in San Martin
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TocacheTocache is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Tocache in the region San Martín. There were 23,511 inhabitants according to the 2007 census. Sabes como se llego a crear nuestro amado Tocache?.... Malecon.Al crearce la provincia de Mariscal Caceres por ley N°9097 el 07 de Mayo de 1940, el anexo del Pato se conirtio en el Distrito de Tocache, durante le gobierno de Don Manuel Prado.Anexos: Tocache viejo, Pizana, Piñitas y Tambo de Aliaga: AlcaldeFilemon Aliaga : GobernadorPuente de Tocache. De 1940 a 1984 tenia 44 años de distrito.- Por la ley N° 24016 el 06 de Diciembre de 1984, el 07 de Diciembre de 1984 en la plaza de armas en una gran manifestacion el Sr. Alva Orlandini entrega la ley de creación de la Provincia de Tocache al Profesor Eduardo Germany Show Tocacheon the map
TarapotoTarapoto, known as the \"City of Palms\", is a thriving commercial hub in northern Peru, an hour by plane from Lima, situated in the San Martín Province of the San Martín Region, located in the high jungle plateau to the east of what is known as the selva baja (low jungle). Although Moyobamba is the capital of the region, Tarapoto is the region's largest city and is linked to the Upper Amazon and the historic city of Yurimaguas by a relatively well-maintained transandean highway, paved in 2008-9. Show Tarapotoon the map
MoyobambaMoyobamba (Spanish pronunciation: [moʝoˈβamba]) or Muyupampa (Quechua muyu circle, pampa large plain, \"circle plain\") is the capital city of the San Martín Region in northern Peru. Called \"Santiago of eight valleys of Moyobamba\" or \"Maynas capital\". There are 42,690 inhabitants, according to the 2007 census. Some 3,500 species of orchids are native to the area, which has led to the city's nickname of The City of Orchids. The city is the capital of both Moyobamba Province and Moyobamba District. Show Moyobambaon the map
RiojaRioja is the capital of Rioja Province in the San Martín Region in northern Peru. It is situated to the west of Moyobamba. There are 24,263 inhabitants according to the 2007 census. The town is 848 metres above sea level and has a semi-humid subtropical climate. Show Riojaon the map
LamasLamas is the capital of the Lamas Province, situated in the San Martín Region of northern Peru. There are 16,871 inhabitants, according to the 2007 census. In 2005 an earthquake shook Lamas, killing 5 people and injuring 174; hundreds were left homeless. Show Lamason the map
JuanjuíJuanjuí is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Mariscal Cáceres in the San Martín Region and located in the left edge of Huallaga River. There are 54,006 inhabitants, according to the 2010 census. Show Juanjuíon the map
BellavistaBellavista is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Bellavista in the region San Martín. There are 22 116 inhabitants, according to the 2007 census Show Bellavistaon the map
SaposoaSaposoa is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Huallaga in the region San Martín. There are 12 951 inhabitants, according to the 2007 census. It is served by Saposoa Airport. Show Saposoaon the map
PicotaPicota is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Picota in the region San Martín. There are 7 941 inhabitants, according to the 2007 census. Show Picotaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in San Martin
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Provincia de Mariscal CáceresThe Mariscal Cáceres Province (Spanish mariscal marshal) is one of ten provinces of the San Martín Region in northern Peru. The province was named after the 19th Century Peruvian president Andrés Avelino Cáceres.Show on map
Región de San MartínSan Martín is a region in northern Peru. Most of the region is located in the upper part of the Peruvian Amazon rainforest. Its capital is Moyobamba and the largest city in the region is Tarapoto.Show on map
Provincia de MoyobambaThe Moyobamba Province is one of ten provinces of the San Martín Region in northern Peru.Show on map
Provincia de San MartínThe San Martín Province is one of 10 provinces of the San Martín Region in northern Peru.Show on map
Provincia de HuallagaThe Huallaga Province is one of ten provinces of the San Martín Region in northern Peru.Show on map
Provincia de LamasThe Lamas Province is one of ten provinces of the San Martín Region in northern Peru.Show on map
Provincia de RiojaThe Rioja Province is one of ten provinces of the San Martín Region in northern Peru.Show on map
Different buildings in San Martin
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TarapotoComandante FAP Guillermo del Castillo Paredes Airport (IATA: TPP, ICAO: SPST) is an airport serving Tarapoto, Peru. It is owned by CORPAC S.A, a government organization that oversees the management of Peruvian airports, but it is run by Aeropuertos del Perú (ADP) S.A, as a concession. It is the main airport of the San Martín Region, located in the Amazon, and is used by many tourists as a jumping-off point for trips into the jungle. The airport is currently served by LAN Perú, Star Peru, and TACA Perú.Show on map
JuanjuiJuanjuí Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto de Juanjuí) (IATA: JJI, ICAO: SPJI) is an airport serving Juanjuí, a city on the Huallaga River in the San Martín Region of Peru. The airport is owned and operated by CORPAC S.A., a civil government agency. The Juanjui non-directional beacon (Ident: UAN) is located just southeast of the runway.Show on map
Juan Simons Vela AirportJuan Simons Vela Airport (IATA: RIJ, ICAO: SPJA) is an airport serving Rioja, San Martín Region, Perú. The Rioja non-directional beacon (Ident: RIO) is located 1.8 nautical miles (3.3 km) off the threshold of runway 16.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in San Martin
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Laguna SauceSawsiqucha or Sawsi Qucha (Quechua sawsi willow, qucha lake, \"willow lake\", hispanicized spellings and names Sauce, Saucecocha, Sauce Cocha), also locally known as Laguna Azul (English for \"blue lake\"), is a lake in Peru. Sawsiqucha is a lentiscus-type body of water of tectonic subsidence with an area of 430.80 hectares. The town Sauce is located on the edge of the lake. It is surrounded by pastures, resorts, and the Ministry of Fisheries' Centro Piscícola Sauce (English:Sawsi Fish Center).Show on map