Quñuq P'ukru

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Quñuq P'ukru
FCCA Ge C30-7 Casapalca.jpg
The mining village of Q'asa P'allqa (Casapalca), Quñuq P'ukru (in the background on the left), the eastern slope of Qanchis Kancha (on the right) and the western slope of Chuqi Chukchu (on the left) as seen from Jirish Mach'ay, looking to the south.
Highest point
Elevation 5,000 m (16,000 ft) [1]
Coordinates 11°41′13″S 76°14′05″W / 11.68694°S 76.23472°W / -11.68694; -76.23472Coordinates: 11°41′13″S 76°14′05″W / 11.68694°S 76.23472°W / -11.68694; -76.23472
Geography
Quñuq P'ukru is located in Peru
Quñuq P'ukru
Quñuq P'ukru
Peru
Location Peru, Lima Region
Parent range Andes, Cordillera Central

Quñuq P'ukru (Quechua quñuq warm, lukewarm, p'ukru gorge; ravine; gully; hollow; valley,[2][3][4] "warm gorge", Hispanicized spelling Joñojpucro) is a mountain in the Cordillera Central in the Andes of Peru, about 5,000 m (16,404 ft) high. It is situated in the Lima Region, Huarochirí Province, Chicla District.

Quñuq P'ukru lies northwest of Wayrakancha and Putka and west of a little lake named Putkaqucha (Quechua for "muddy lake", Hispanicized Lago Putca, Laguna Putca) which is located at 11°41′20″S 76°13′37″W / 11.68889°S 76.22694°W / -11.68889; -76.22694.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b escale.minedu.gob.pe - UGEL map of the Huarochirí Province (Lima Region)
  2. ^ Leonel Alexander Menacho López, Yachakuqkunapa Shimi Qullqa, Anqash Qhichwa Shimichaw (Ministerio de Educación), Wordbook Ancash Quechua-Spanish
  3. ^ Mg. Silvestre F. Cadillo Agüero, Curso Electivo Quechua Médico (Guía de enseñanza y aprendizaje), Universidad de San Martín de Porres, Facultad de Medicina, Lima - Peru, 2012, see: 11. INDICACIONES DESPUÉS DEL PARTO
  4. ^ traductor.babylon.com/