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, city (1993 pop. 97,466), alt. 11,207 ft (3,416 m), capital of Cuzco dept., S Peru, at the confluence of the Huatanay and Tullamayo rivers. Its population is predominantly of indigenous descent.
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a city in S central Peru: former capital of the Inca Empire, with extensive Inca remains; university (1692). Pop.: 307 000 (2005 est.)
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As such, the decree does not apply, she explained, to Cusco archeological sites such as Machu Picchu, which is a World Heritage site.
The mission started with a brief orientation in Cusco, and it didn't escape me when the medical director announced that patients could be seen by internal medicine, pediatrics, ENT, gynecology, and optometry.
Cusco added that he believed the sport would gain a great amount of new fans in Doha.
Cusco thrives on tourism, and the narrow hilly streets, where Inca aqueducts can still be found, are filled with women in colourful, embroidered Quechua dress, hoping to pose for photos in exchange for a few coins.
In Cusco city I liked Greens on Santa Catalina Angosta, which serves great alpaca steak salad and local craft beers (mains from [euro]6), and the brightly-decorated Macondo on Cuesta San Blas (mains from [euro]6.
We will be sitting with the IOC officials including Bach early in 2014 and we intend to have some serious conversation with them," Cusco said.
Empezare con el terremoto que tuvo lugar en el Cusco de 1650, y que Espinosa Medrano inserta en El amar su propia muerte.
Of Cusco, he says, "They told us three to five kilns, but that was only the formal, registered enterprises.
Peruvian police said Castillo's body was found with a rope around his neck hanging from a beam inside a house on the outskirts of Cusco.
Joan Cusco, FIFA Beach Soccer vice-president, thanked Qatar for supporting the sport and elaborated on why Qatar is an ideal destination for the Asian qualifying rounds.
Currently, officials allow some 2,500 visitors daily, and most make the trek to the 8,200-foot-high wonder either by foot or train from the town of Cusco, the former capital of the Inca Empire.
They will also undertake a five-day trek, visit the heritage city of Cusco and spend time at Machu Picchu, the ancient spiritual home of the Incas.