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RECUAY


Descending of the heights of Conococha the first city of the beautiful rosary of towns of this dream valley is Recuay, which is located on the edge of the river Santa, to 3422 msnm, it is the capital of the County of the same name; it was created by ordinance law 11326 of April 14 of 1950.



RECUAY
RECUAY


Until nowadays Recuay maintains its colonial style, with its old large houses inserted with simple constructions, with walls of mud and roofs of tiles.



CALLE DE RECUAY
RECUAY


Their square of weapons shines a classic it pounds in elcentro, surrounded of grills. From there the majestic hill Jerusalem is observed in its left part and the eucalyptuses and cypresses can be admired that deck out this city.



PLAZA DE ARMAS DE RECUAY
SQUARE OF WEAPONS DE RECUAY



PLAZA DE ARMAS DE RECUAY 1
SQUARE OF WEAPONS DE RECUAY


RecuaY Possesses the mineral and thermal waters of Conococha, Ucuschaca, Pachacoto, Pumapampa, Burgos and Utuco. The lagoons of Querococha and Conococha are inside the limits of the county, the same as the magnificent forest of Goads Raimondi - taking the deviation toward Carp -, and San Francisco's grotto, geologic formation of volcanic rock with beautiful stalactites.



RECUAY IGLESIA
CHURCH DE RECUAY


There is also an affirmed highway that Recuay unites with Aija (wise Santiago's homeland Antúnez of Mayolo), for that which one has to ascend for the Black mountain range, crossing this for Huancapetí to 4000 msnm, it stops then to descend toward the own city of Aija.

To 25 km of Recuay, penetrating in the alley, he/she is the city of Huaraz, capital of the department. To both sides of the highway asfaltadahacia Huaraz repeats a granvariedad of typical landscapes unfailingly. Of the bridge Bedoya (km 183) it leaves on the right a road toward Olleros and Huaripampa, and the more and more trafficked walk toward Chavín.



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