Mariscal Caceres Province, Peru
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Juanjuí is a town in Northern Peru, capital of the province Mariscal Cáceres in the San Martín Region and located in the left edge of Huallaga River. There are 38,427 inhabitants, according to the 2007 census. The Spanish captain José Gaspar López Salcedo founded this city on September 24, 1827 under the name of Juanjui a contraction of "Juan Huido" (Juan, the escaped). The population of Juanjui originally formed mainly by immigrants from Lamas from the late eighteenth and early decades of the nineteenth century.
- Juanjuí Airport (Aeropuerto de Juanjuí) (IATA: JJI, ICAO: SPJI) is an airport ser…
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