Map showing the Tacna-Arica dispute and its solution.
Border Peru-Chile acc. 1929 Treaty File in the Department of State, USA
Arica products treemap, 2020

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

- Arica Province

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.

- Treaty of Lima (1929)

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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.

Chile seized the city from Peru in 1880 during the War of the Pacific, being recognized as Chilean by Peru in 1929.