The city of Trujillo is located in the north western part of Perú and is normally referred to as the City of Eternal Spring, the city is nos only famous for its archaeological legacy but also for the celebrations of the National Contest of Marinera, a local typical dance and the competition of the world famous Peruvian Paso Horse, of which Trujillo is said to be one of the world’s best breeders. The city offers plenty of interesting museums and mansions with intriguing and interesting stories to tell. However, while in Trujillo it is also highly recommended to take advantage of the city’s ideal location and explore the many historical and archaeological sites surrounding Trujillo.
César Vallejo University trains suitable professionals with a humanistic and scientific sense, productive, competitive, creative and committed to the socio-economic development of the country, becoming an innovate reference and conservation of the environment.
In Trujillo, we can find the most important hospitals like Belen Hospital, Regional Hospital and Albrecht Hospital with many specialties, also there are hospital in the outskirts with basic specialties.
NAME CHANGE FOR THE HOSPITAL Belén Some Years Later And always at the initiative of Don Juan De Santiago Sandoval Al Hospital moved to its place currently (Apple Made the streets Bolivar, Bolognesi, Ayacucho and Almagro) and changes the name Of The Hospital Bethlehem.
The projects by SCORE in IFMSA UCV are experimental and these are developed in the laboratory of the César Vallejo University.
The easiest way to get to the town is the Taxi; the security companies are: Sonrisas, New takci and the cost is from 4 soles to 7 soles.
You can take the Public transportation; it is called “Micro”. It a bus and you pay just 1 sol for each trip you gonna do.
Chan Chan was the ancient capital of the Chimu empire and is one of the most important pre-Inca archaeological sites in Peru. This crumbling imperial city, located in the Moche Valley about 5km from Trujillo, is the largest pre-Columbian city in the Americas and the largest adobe city in the world.
It was built around 1300AD and the city walls enclose an area of about 28 sq km comprising a maze of palaces, temples, thick defensive walls, streets, houses, gardens, a huge reservoir and canals. It is believed to have been home to as many as 60,000 inhabitants.
Chan Chan consisted of nine sectors known as Royal Compounds. Each was built be a succeeding king. Each compound included a platform mound where each king was buried together with his women and his treasures. The Chimu kingdom began around 1000AD. At its peak in the 15th century the empire stretched nearly 1000km along the northern coast of Peru from Lima to the Ecuadorian border. In 1471, after nearly a decade of resistance, the Chimu finally surrendered to the Incas. After the conquest by the Incas the city and its treasures remained pretty much intact, the Incas were far more interested in expanding their empire rather than accumulating riches. It wasn't until the Spanish arrived that the temples and palaces were ransacked and within a short period there was little left of the treasures.
Trujillo is a city in coastal northwestern Peru and the capital of La Libertad Region. It is the centre of the third most populous city of the country and thesecond most populous metropolitan area of Peru. It is located on the banks of the Moche River, near its mouth at the Pacific Ocean, in theMoche Valley. This was a site of the great prehistoric Moche and Chimucultures before the Incaconquest and subsequent expansion.
The Independence of Trujillo from Spain was proclaimed in the Historic Centre of Trujillo on December 29, 1820, and the city was honored in 1822 by the congress of the republic with the title "Meritorious City and Faithful to the Fatherland", for its role in the fight for independence. Trujillo is the birthplace of Peru's judiciary, and it was twice designated as the capital of the country. It was the scene of the Revolution of Trujillo in 1932. Trujillo is considered the "cradle of liberty and cradle of the judiciary in Peru."
Trujillo is also known as the "Capital of the everlasting Spring", is considered the "Capital of theMarinera," a traditional dance in Peru, "Cradle of the typical Peruvian Paso Horse," as well as the "Capital of Culture of Peru". It has sponsored numerous national and international cultural events, and has a lively arts community. Current festivals include the "National Marinera Festival", the Trujillo Spring Festival and the International Book Festival, which is one of the most important cultural events in the country. For tourist, Trujillo offers very good places like restaurants and hotels, some of then run by Europeans such as Saint Etienne Hotel, Il Valentino Pizzeria, Metropolitan Restaurant, all of them are located in a reach zone: San Andres, this area is called the Miraflores of Trujillo because is reach, safety and it is located next to historical center of Trujillo. Other good places in the city are El Paisa, if you like marine food, El Romano Criollo for typical food and B&B Orrego Hotel if one likes low prices and good quality.