Arica Province

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One of two provinces of Chile's northernmost region, Arica y Parinacota.

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Arica y Parinacota Region

One of Chile's 16 first order administrative divisions.

One of Chile's 16 first order administrative divisions.

Arica
Lauca National Park
Maritime claims of Ecuador and Peru, showing areas in dispute with Chile.
The maritime boundary between Chile and Peru as defined by the International Court of Justice on 27 January 2014.

It comprises two provinces, Arica and Parinacota.

Arica

The 1868 earthquake devastated the city, leaving it in ruins under the Morro de Arica.
Depiction of the Battle of Arica, 7 June 1880
The morro de Arica is one of the major attractions in the city
Morro de Arica.
The city view from Morro de Arica.
Arica's Customs Office (Aduana de Arica), built by the Peruvian Government after the 1868 earthquake
Chungará Lake
The port of Arica.

Arica is a commune and a port city with a population of 222,619 in the Arica Province of northern Chile's Arica y Parinacota Region.

Camarones, Chile

City and commune in the Arica y Parinacota Region in Chile.

City and commune in the Arica y Parinacota Region in Chile.

It forms part of the administrative Arica Province and has a population of 1,220.

Magnetic Hill in Orroroo, South Australia

List of gravity hills

List of gravity hills and magnetic hills around the world.

List of gravity hills and magnetic hills around the world.

Magnetic Hill in Orroroo, South Australia
Sign for Rua do Amendoim, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Magnetic Hill in Chartierville, Quebec
A Border Roads Organisation Himank sign near the Magnetic Hill in Ladakh, India
A stone marking location of the "gravitational anomaly" in Karpacz, Poland
The cairn at the Electric Brae in Ayrshire, Scotland
Spook Hill, Lake Wales, Florida

Arica y Parinacota Region, Arica Province: Zona magnética, on ruta 11 (the Arica-Putre road).

List of Chile-related topics

Outline of topics related to the Republic of Chile.

Outline of topics related to the Republic of Chile.

Arica Province

Submarine cables are laid using special cable layer ships, such as the modern René Descartes (ship), operated by Orange Marine.

PAN AM (cable system)

Submarine telecommunications cable system connecting the west coast of South America and the Caribbean, crossing the continent through Panama.

Submarine telecommunications cable system connecting the west coast of South America and the Caribbean, crossing the continent through Panama.

Submarine cables are laid using special cable layer ships, such as the modern René Descartes (ship), operated by Orange Marine.

Arica, Arica Province, Arica y Parinacota Region, Chile

Markham's storm petrel

Species of storm petrel in the family Hydrobatidae.

Species of storm petrel in the family Hydrobatidae.

Two separate discoveries occurred in Chile in 2013: one of nesting sites south of the in Arica Province by a group of ornithologists and one of a recording of a bird singing by a biologist working for a consulting company.

Map showing the Tacna-Arica dispute and its solution.

Treaty of Lima (1929)

Map showing the Tacna-Arica dispute and its solution.
Border Peru-Chile acc. 1929 Treaty File in the Department of State, USA

The Tacna–Arica compromise or Treaty of Lima was a series of documents that settled the territorial dispute of both Tacna and Arica provinces of Peru and Chile respectively.

Chacalluta International Airport

Arica y Parinacota Region in Chile

Chacalluta International Airport (Aeródromo de Chacalluta Arica) is an airport serving the city of Arica, capital of the Arica Province in the northern Arica y Parinacota Region of Chile.

Tarapacá Province (Peru)

Territorial division of Peru that existed from 1837 until 1883.

Territorial division of Peru that existed from 1837 until 1883.

Tarapacá Province in 1851

The province was bordered on the north by Arica Province, on the east and south by Bolivia, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean.