Huaca Rajada

Huaca Rajada, also known as Sipán, is a Moche archaeological site in northern in the Lambayeque Valley, that is famous for the tomb of Lord of Sipán, excavated by Walter Alva and his wife Susana Meneses beginning in 1987.
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Notable Places in the Area

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Localities in the Area

Tuman District is one of twenty districts of the province in . is situated 9 km west of Huaca Rajada.

Huaca Rajada

-6.8102° or 6° 48' 36.8" south
-79.6033° or 79° 36' 11.8" west
Open Location Code
91 metres (299 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 2464956439
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Chinese: 西潘
  • Dutch: Sipan
  • Dutch: Sipán
  • English: Sipan
  • English: Sipán
  • French: Huaca Rajada
  • French: Sipán
  • Georgian: სიპანი
  • German: Sipán
  • Hebrew: ואקה רחאדה
  • Italian: Sipán
  • Japanese: シパン
  • Macedonian: Сипан
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Sipán
  • Polish: Sipan
  • Polish: Sipán
  • Quechua: Sipán
  • Spanish: Huaca Rajada
  • Spanish: Huaca Rajada-Sipán
  • Spanish: Sipan
  • Spanish: Sipán
  • Swedish: Sipán
  • Ukrainian: Сіпан
  • Sipan Hacienda

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