Pucallpa


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Pucallpa

 

a city in eastern Peru, in Loreto Department; situated on the left bank of the Ucayali River. Population, 43,000 (1969). A large port, Pucallpa is the terminus of the Lima Pucallpa highway and has an airport. It is a center for the wood-working industry. Oil from the Agua Caliente deposit, south of the city, is refined in Pucallpa.

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Geological Survey said the magnitude-6.8 quake had an epicenter 55 miles (89 kilometers) west of Tarauaca, Brazil, and 204 miles (329 kms) east of Pucallpa, Peru.
It left the city of Pucallpa, in the eastern region of Ucayali, and destined for Tingo Maria, around 155 miles west.
Neste contexto, o objetivo desse trabalho e descrever a cadeia de producao do camu-camu nas regioes de Loreto (Iquitos) e Ucayali (Pucallpa) da Amazonia peruana, em virtude da importancia do seu cultivo comercial para o desenvolvimento das populacoes envolvidas nesta atividade economica.
Thousands of others marched in the cities in the departments of Ica, Arequipa, Trujillo, Huancayo, and Pucallpa.
En ese sentido, Valdivia ha mostrado una labor pedagogica al establecer talleres de documentales (1) en Atalaya y Ucayali (Pucallpa), permitiendole filmar tres documentales con participacion de los pueblos indigenas amazonicos (Yine, Ashaninca, Yanesha, Awajun, Shipibo-conibo, Amahuaca, Matsigenka y Nomatsigenka).
Los regatones a su vez tambien suelen abastecer al mercado local pero prefieren comprar en la cuenca y vender la carne a los mercados externos como San Juan, Mazaray y Pucallpa (distancia de 45 a 110 km), donde tienen mayores utilidades.