Trujillo District

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Trujillo
District
Country  Peru
Region La Libertad
Province Trujillo
Capital Trujillo
Government
 • Mayor Cesar Acuña Peralta
Area
 • Total 39.36 km2 (15.20 sq mi)
Elevation 34 m (112 ft)
Population (2005 census)
 • Total 276,921
 • Density 7,000/km2 (18,000/sq mi)
Time zone PET (UTC-5)
UBIGEO 130101
Website www.munitrujillo.gob.pe

Trujillo District is one of eleven districts of the province Trujillo in Peru.[1] This district is the heart of the city of Trujillo, because it's the commercial and financial center of the city. The most important malls, banks and other business of the city are located in this district.

Neighborhoods[edit]

This is a list of the urban areas and neighborhoods that belong to this district.

  • Centro Histórico
  • San Andrés
  • La Merced
  • El Recreo
  • Monserrate
  • La Perla
  • Mansiche
  • San Salvador
  • El Alambre
  • Las Capullanas
  • Trupal
  • San Nicolás
  • Covicorti
  • Santa Inés
  • San Fernando
  • San Isidro
  • Primavera
  • Las Quintanas
  • Huerta Grande
  • Miraflores
  • Los Jardines
  • Los Cedros
  • Mochica
  • El Molino
  • La Intendencia
  • Aranjuez
  • Palermo
  • Santa María
  • Chicago
  • El Sol
  • Las Casuarinas
  • Los Pinos
  • Vista Hermosa
  • La Arboleda
  • San Eloy
  • Ingeniería
  • Pay Pay
  • Santa Teresa de Avila
  • Daniel Hoyle
  • Los Granados
  • Chimú
  • La Rinconada
  • Rázuri
  • Vista Bella
  • Santo Dominguito
  • Los Rosales de San Andrés
  • La Noria
  • El Bosque

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References[edit]

Coordinates: 8°10′S 79°01′W / 8.167°S 79.017°W / -8.167; -79.017