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Cordillera Oriental (Peru)

Region(s): South America, Peru: (Cusco, Junín, Loreto, Madre de Dios, Pasco, Puno, Región de Huánuco, Región de San Martín, Ucayali)
Parent Range: Peruvian Andes
Max. Elevation: 6 372 m / 20 906 ft
Geology: Tectonic, Volcanic
Average Length: 807 miles / 1 300 km
Average Width: 130 miles / 81 km

Overview

Range Name(s): Cordillera Oriental (Peru)
Max. Elevation: 6 372 m / 20 906 ft
Region(s): South America
Location: South America, Peru: (Cusco, Junín, Loreto, Madre de Dios, Pasco, Puno, Región de Huánuco, Región de San Martín, Ucayali)
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Starting Point: -11.186148384997697
-74.091796875
Parent Range: Peruvian Andes
Geology: Tectonic, Volcanic
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Average Length: 807 miles / 1 300 km
Average Width: 130 miles / 81 km
Nearst
Airport(s):
Jorge Chávez International Airport (LIM)
Convenience Center(s): Cusco
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Location

South America, Peru: (Cusco, Junín, Loreto, Madre de Dios, Pasco, Puno, Región de Huánuco, Región de San Martín, Ucayali)
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    The majority of tourists coming to the Peruvian Andes go to the trekking to Machu Picchu - the ancient incas town.
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    Cordillera Oriental is a mountain range in Peru that lies along the Pacific Coast. Its highest point is the Mount Ausangate towering at 6373 meters above sea level.
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    Cordillera Oriental is located in Peru and lies along the Pacific Ocean's coast inside the continental part of Peru.
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    The majority of tourists coming to the Peruvian Andes go to the trekking to Machu Picchu - the ancient incas town. But just a few people know that besides of Machu Picchu there is another ancient incas town in Peru, which overcomes Machu Picchu in size and its significance. This town is called Choquequirao   ... Read more

     

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