Huaraz

Of the quiet, silent, old city with big mansions made of mud and gabled-roofs with narrow streets, only José Olaya street remains. It was declared a national heritage site, because the 1970s earthquake destroyed 95% of the city and all the traditional and colony architecture disappeared, except Olaya Street, robbing the city of its traditional id...
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Huaraz

city, central Peru, on the Quilca River at its junction with the Santa River. It lies at 10,011 feet (3,052 m) above sea level in the scenic Callejón ... [1 related articles]
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Huaráz

Huaráz or Huarás (both: wäräs') , city (1993 pop. 44,037), capital of Huaráz prov. and Ancash dept., W central Peru. It is in a high valley at an altitude of 9,931 ft (3,027 m), and has a population that is mainly of indigenous descent. Huaráz is the center ...
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