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Cusco,

Peru: see CuzcoCuzco
or Cusco
, 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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Cuzco

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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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Its oldest districts are a mix of the original Inca-built walls and Spanish colonial architecture, criss-crossed by narrow, cobbled streets that run between several stunning plazas, including the main Plaza de Armas - Cusco's picture postcard heart - and the historic Plaza San Blas.
Chapter 2, "Folklore, Authenticity, and Traditions in Cusco Regional Identity," explores the means by which urban cusquenos--intellectuals and other members of the middle class--have been in the vanguard in "the folklorization of Cusco music and danzas" (p.
He is currently the Sub-Director at the Ministry of Industry and Tourism for the Cusco region.
In the beginning, the green leaf tea production sites were located in the Departments of Ayacucho, Cusco, Huanuco, Junin, Madre de Dios, and Puno on the edge of the forest on the eastern side of the Andes mountains, and situated between the tropical and subtropical latitude regions where the annual [TABULAR DATA FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED] rainfall is between 3,000 mm and 5,000 mm - with average temperatures of 19 [degrees] C-24 [degrees] C.
En este trabajo se reporta la presencia de dos especies de Rhinotrypes Kuschel en localidades de Cusco, asi como tres especies de Microtrypes Kuschel, las cuales se reportan por primera vez para Peru.
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Peru's Sacred Valley of the Incas stretches between Cusco, once the capital of the Inca Empire, and the legendary 15th-century city of Machu Picchu.