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Southern Sierra

The Southern Sierra region of is characterised by high mountains and steep, deep valleys. Many roads are unpaved. Thus, travelling is often somewhat troublesome and slow, but the scenery is amazing.
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or Cusco, in the Southern Sierras, is a fascinating city that was the capital of the Inca Empire.

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is the site of an ancient Inca city, high in the Andes of .

is a small town at the bottom of the valley next to , and the principal access point to the site.

is a small town of cobblestone streets and buildings built on foundations of Inca stonework, in the near in the Southern Sierra region of .

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The is a valley in the Southern Sierra in that contains many famous and beautiful Inca ruins.

is in 's Southern Sierra region, near .

is the capital of the department of Junin in Southern Sierra region of .

is in the Southern Sierra region of . The population is about 100,000, altitude 2,700 m.

is a town in southern about 200 km northwest of the city of , between the and Cotahuasi canyons.

is a town in Southern Sierra, . Also known as Santa Ana de la Ribera de , the Pearl of the Andes and the City of Flowers.

is a town in Southern Sierra, it is the capital of the Chanchamayo Province in the Junín Region, .

is in the department of Apurimac, in a valley over the Pachachaca river.

is a city in the Southern Sierra region of .

is a city in the Southern Sierra region of .

Southern Sierra

  • Location: ,
  • Latitude of center: -13.34° or 13° 20' 24" south
  • Longitude of center: -72.8° or 72° 48' west

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