American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern Peru at the foot of El Misti. Founded in 1540 on the site of an Incan village, it is the commercial center of southern Peru and northern Bolivia. Population: 60,000.
- n. a city in southern Peru founded in 1540 on the site of an ancient Inca city
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“Born in Arequipa, Peru, Vargas Llosa grew up with his grandparents in Bolivia after his parents divorced, the academy said.”
“Born in Arequipa, Peru, in 1936, Vargas Llosa grew up in Bolivia, then returned to Peru to attend military school.”
“Vargas Llosa, who was born in Arequipa, Peru, spent some of his early years in Bolivia, but his family returned to Peru in 1946.”
“Right now, I am in Arequipa, near the famed Colca Canyon.”
“The Nazca travel agent couldn´t call Arequipa imagine a travel agent who can´t make long-distance calls! but he emailed and asked the Arequipa agent to call us.”
“The Red Cross is working in Arequipa, which is Peru's second city which was the epicenter of the earthquake around 3: 35 p.m. local time.”
“The volcano of Arequipa, which is forty-five leagues distant from”
“We arrived in a town called Arequipa .... took us a few days to work out how to pronounce it correctly!”
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