Piura

Piura is a city in northwestern Peru. It is the capital of the Piura Region and the Piura Province. The population is 377,496. It was here that Spanish Conqueror Francisco Pizarro founded the third Spanish city in South America and first in Peru, San Miguel de Piura, in July 1532. Piura declared its independence on 4 January 1821. ==History== Like...
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Piura

Capital of Piura department, in the arid coastal region of northwest Peru, situated on the Piura River 160 km/100 mi southwest of Punta PariƱas; population (2005) 461,800. It is an agricultural centre for the surrounding region (made viable with irrigation systems) which produces rice, cotton, and corn. The first colonial settlement in...
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Piura

city, northwestern Peru, on the Piura River in the warm coastal desert. San Miguel de Piura was the first city founded (1532) in Peru by the ...
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Piura

Piura (pyOO'rä) , city (1993 pop. 199,484), capital of Piura dept., NW Peru, in the irrigated Piura valley of the Peruvian coastal desert. It is the commercial center for the region's cotton, sugarcane, and rice crops. Textiles are its principal manufacture. San Miguel de Piura, the first s...
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