Trujillo received its name from Pizarros hometown in Spain. The colonial city is famous for its elegant ancient houses with big windows and the archaeological sites located near the city which are linked to the Mochica and Chimu culture. Chan Chan (UNESCO World Heritage) was the capital of the Chimu Empire and is a huge construction built with adobe bricks. Other important archaeological sites are the the Huaca del Sol, Huaca de la Luna and Huaca del Dragon.
Chiclayo is located in the north of Trujillo, and the city is the best starting point for a visit to the Valley of the Pyramids, thearchaeological sites of Sipan and Sican and the fascinating museums which feature the heritage of the Mochica and Lambayeque culture.
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