What is Arequipa known for?

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'''Estadio de la UNSA''', is a multi-purpose stadium located in the Peruvian city of Arequipa. The stadium was built by the University of San Agustín (Universidad Nacional de San Agustín de Arequipa) in the early 1990s and named after the Virgin Chapi. Due to its size, the term ''Monumental'' is added to its name. The stadium was largely financed by a lottery fund-raiser held by the university itself. The stadium has hosted large events such as the Bolivarian Games and the Copa

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1932, which he named ''P, Q, R, S, T'' and ''U'', but none were ever detected. Negative responses Privatization proposals in key public service (public services) sectors such as water and electricity in many cases meet with strong resistance from opposition political parties and from civil society groups, many of which regard them as natural monopolies (natural monopoly). Campaigns typically involve demonstrations and democratic political activities; sometimes the authorities attempt to suppress opposition using violence (e.g. Cochabamba protests of 2000 in Bolivia and protests in Arequipa, Peru, in June 2002). Opposition is often strongly supported by trade unions. Opposition is usually strongest to water privatization—as well as Cochabamba, recent examples include Haiti, Ghana and Uruguay (2004). In the latter case a civil-society-initiated referendum banning water privatization was passed in October 2004. Peru Railroad Development Corporation (Railroad Development Corporation#Peru)

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onwards, houses an interesting collection of twentieth-century art, photography and exhibitions of Miguel Vargas and Carlos Vargas, Cusco photographer Martin Chambi, was mentor of the two brothers, that through his work documenting daily life and customs of the city of Arequipa twentieth-century. Also on display are works by young local artists, paintings of (Fernando de Szyszlo) Peruvian artists like Fernando (Fernando de Szyszlo) and Carlos Enrique Polanco Fernando de Szyszlo

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a prominent political participation thus establishing the importance of Arequipa as the country's second city, and in frequent rivalry with Lima. In 1835, General Orbegoso (Luis José de Orbegoso) moved his government from Lima to Arequipa, by presidential decree on 13 January 1835. Meanwhile in Lima, General Felipe Santiago Salaverry nowiki>

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of the National University of San Agustin is a product of the projection made by the architect Hector Velarde in 1940

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"Nazca Line Magic", exclusive to the Empire. The Empire incorporates the cities of Cuzco, Nazca, Arequipa and Lima. Much of the rest of the continent is a wide collection of states ranging from democracies, corrupt oligarchies, and communist guerrillas known as Shining Path, to Mutants, Amazons, Aliens, Transdimensional Mercenaries, pre-historic creatures and dozens of others. Currently, Chiclayo is one of the most important urban areas of Peru

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Later, by the Constitution of 1993, created the "Constitutional Court", which, according to its Charter, is based in Arequipa, although under Regulation Regulatory Constitutional Court. Regulation Regulatory Constitutional Court, p. 2. Administrative division The city is bounded by the district lines that comprise his constituency, the figure for the same

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planiform textilográfica and the open spaces and the design and size of their covers, which differ in these aspects of Cuzco and Lima covers.

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; A metropolitan level unemployment level reaches the level of 8%, in contrast to 5% unemployment in the city. Sights and attractions The Old Town


the election of the Constituent Assembly in 1978. This time, the initiative did not succeed due to the high opposition, but later concluded that Arequipa would host the then "Constitutional Court", as stated in Article 304 º of the Constitution of Peru, 1979: ''"The Constitutional Court is based in the city of Arequipa ".''


'''Arequipa''' is the capital and largest city of the Arequipa Region and the seat of the Constitutional Court of Peru. It is the third most populous metropolitan area (List of metropolitan areas of Peru) of Peru and according to the National Institute of Statistics and Informatics (INEI) is the second most populous city (List of cities in Peru) with 861,145 inhabitants.

Arequipa is the second most industrialized Mincetur. "Export Investment Guide", p. 17 and commercial city of Peru. Chanfreau, p. 40 Its industrial activity includes manufactured goods and camelid wool products for export. The city has close trade ties with Chile, Bolivia and Brazil.

The city was founded on August 15, 1540 by Garcí Manuel de Carbajal as 'Villa Hermosa de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción". By Royal Decree of September 22, 1541, King Charles V (Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor) of Spain granted Arequipa the title of 'City'. During the Colonial period, Arequipa became highly important for its economic prosperity and for its loyalty to the Spanish Crown (Monarchy of Spain). Linares Málaga, p. 115.

After Peru gained its independence from Spain, the city acquired greater prominence in politics, being the center of uprisings. Many Peruvian intellectual, political, and religious figures became prominent in this era. Moreover, it was declared the capital city of Peru in 1835 and 1883.

The historic center of Arequipa spans an area of 332 hectares Provincial Municipality of Arequipa. "Compendium of rules of the historic center of Arequipa", p. 80. and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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