Huancayo is located in Huancayo Province, of which it is also the capital. Situated in the Mantaro Valley at an altitude of 3,271 meters, it belongs to the Quechua region. Depending on delimitation, the agglomeration has a population between 340,000 and 380,000 and is the fifth most populous city of the country.
The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity (Spanish: Catedral de la Santísima Trinidad) also called Huancayo Cathedral It is the largest church in the city of Huancayo in Peru. It is located in the west of the Constitutión Square, it is neoclassical and inside preserves paintings from the Cusco School of painting. It is seat of the Archbishop of Huancayo.
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Museo Salesiano (Museo Salesiano de Historia Natural y Arqueologia Padre Vicente Rasetto) Address: Jiron Arequipa 105, Huancayo, Peru, PE Tel: +51 064 24 7763 The Museo Salesiano is located alongside the Salesian School and is home to a selection of ceramics and archaeological artefacts from around Peru's Amazon area.
En este Parque de la Identidad Huancayo destaca la puerta de ingreso, el mate burilado, las piletas del porongo y maguey, la torre infantil y los personajes del folklore Huanca. Se encuentra ubicado a 5 kilometros de la ciudad de Huancayo, en el barrio San Antonio. Se extiende a lo largo de 5800 m2 en los cuales se puede observar extensas áreas verdes, trabajos hechos en canto rodado, mármol, piedra espuma, laja y cuarzo.
Huancayo, Peru map Situated high above Huancayo (and therefore offering some spectacular views down on to the city), Torre Torre is a valley where erosion has destroyed much of the land but has left behind these towering rock sculptures similar to those in Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey.