Department of Lambayeque

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Lambayeque is a region in northwestern Peru known for its rich Moche and Chimú historical past.wikipedia
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Moche culture

MocheMochicaMoche civilization
Lambayeque is a region in northwestern Peru known for its rich Moche and Chimú historical past.
The Moche cultural sphere is centered on several valleys on the north coast of Peru in regions La Libertad, Lambayeque, Jequetepeque, Chicama, Moche, Virú, Chao, Santa, and Nepena and occupied 250 miles of desert coastline and up to 50 miles inland.

Department of Piura

PiuraPiura RegionPiura Department
In addition, Lambayeque and the Piura Region provide most of the rice crops consumed in Peru.
The referendum held on October 30, 2005, as part of the ongoing decentralization process in Peru, to decide whether the region would merge with the current regions of Lambayeque and Tumbes to create a new Región Norte was defeated.

Department of La Libertad

La LibertadLa Libertad RegionLa Libertad Province
The region is bordered by the Piura Region on the north, the Cajamarca Region on the southeast, the La Libertad Region on the south and the Pacific Ocean on the west.
It is bordered by the Lambayeque, Cajamarca and Amazonas regions on the north, the San Martín Region on the east, the Ancash and Huánuco regions on the south and the Pacific Ocean on the west.

Peru

PerúRepublic of PeruPeruvian
Lambayeque is a region in northwestern Peru known for its rich Moche and Chimú historical past.
The 3rd century BCE saw the flowering of the urban culture, Moche, in the Lambayeque region.

Limón Dam

Olmos Transandino ProjectLimon Dam
Increased agricultural harvest is expected with completion of the Olmos Transandino Project.
When completed, the project will help produce 4000 GWh of electricity per year and transfer water from the Cajamarca region west to Lambayeque, near Olmos for the reclamation and irrigation of 43,500 ha of farmland.

Chiclayo

Chiclayo, Perucity of Chiclayo
Chiclayo is the principal city of the Lambayeque region in northern Peru.

Chiclayo Province

Chiclayo
The Chiclayo Province is one of three provinces of the Lambayeque Region in Peru.

Chimú culture

ChimuChimúChimu culture
Lambayeque is a region in northwestern Peru known for its rich Moche and Chimú historical past.
One workshop, which was thought to be maintained by the Chimú people, was identified at Túcume in the Lambayeque Region of Peru by archaeologist and researcher Daniel Sandweiss.

Ferreñafe Province

Ferreñafe
The Ferreñafe Province is the smallest of three provinces of the Lambayeque Region in Peru.

Districts of Peru

districtsDistrictdistritos
The region is divided into 3 provinces (provincias, singular: provincia), which are composed of 38 districts (distritos, singular: distrito).

Lambayeque, Peru

LambayequeLambayeque City
Lambayeque is a city in the Lambayeque region of northern Peru.

Lambayeque Province

Lambayeque
The Lambayeque Province is the largest of three provinces in Peru's Lambayeque Region.

Ferreñafe

The most famous composer from Lambayeque was Luis Abelardo Nuñez, born in Ferreñafe on 22 November 1926.
Ferreñafe is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Ferreñafe in the region Lambayeque.

Provinces of Peru

Provinceprovincesprovincias
The region is divided into 3 provinces (provincias, singular: provincia), which are composed of 38 districts (distritos, singular: distrito).

San José District, Lambayeque

San JoséSan JoseSan José cove
Legend tells that in ancient times, a great float of balsa rafts arrived at the beaches of the existing San José cove.

Bosque de Pómac Historic Sanctuary

Pómac Forest Historical SanctuaryPómac ForestPómac Forest Historic Sanctuary
Bosque de Pómac Historic Sanctuary (Santuario Histórico Bosque de Pómac) is a protected area in Peru located in the Lambayeque Region, Ferreñafe Province, Pitipo District.

Túcume

Tucume
The vast plains of Túcume are part of the Lambayeque region, the largest valley of the north coast of Peru.

Administrative divisions of Peru

RegiondepartmentSubdivisions of Peru
Lambayeque is a region in northwestern Peru known for its rich Moche and Chimú historical past.

Inca Empire

IncaIncasIncan
The region's name originates from the ancient pre-Inca civilization of the Lambayeque.

Huancabamba River

HuancabambaRio Huancabamba
The water supply project will transfer up to 2 billion m 3 annually of water from the Huancabamba River in the Cajamarca Region east of Lambayeque.

Department of Cajamarca

CajamarcaCajamarca RegionCajamarca, Peru
The water supply project will transfer up to 2 billion m 3 annually of water from the Huancabamba River in the Cajamarca Region east of Lambayeque.

Carob

Ceratonia siliquacarob treelocust bean
In the smaller scale farming of earlier centuries, the Olmos Carob Tree Forest supported goat herds that fed on carobs.