American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river of Peru rising in the Andes and flowing about 724 km (450 miles) north-northwest to join the Apurímac River and form the Ucayali River.
“Cecilia belongs to the "NUEVA VISION DE URUBAMBA" ( "New Vision of Urubamba") communal bank.”
“The members live in the city of Urubamba, which is in the Department of Cusco.”
“Yolanda lives in the province of Urubamba, which is north of the city of Cusco.”
“The member lives in the province of Urubamba which is located north of the city of Cusco.”
“You can find it on a mountain ridge near the Urubamba Valley in Peru where the Urubamba River flows.”
“Machu Picchu is built on the flat top of a mountain 2,000 feet above the Urubamba River that encircles the five-square-mile area.”
“As we descended into the Sacred Valley of the Incas, we followed the Urubamba River named the Vilcamayo or Sacred River by the Incas, which was a very muddy white water with rapids so strong that no one has been able to navigate them and live.”
“Corbis Likely constructed in the 15th century and abandoned in the 16th, the citadel overlooks Peru's Urubamba River Valley.”
“The most affected provinces of Cusco, Calca and Urubamba have a combined population of over 510,000 people, while the region Cusco only has 1,171,000 people.”
“Thousands of local residents are trapped in towns of the Urubamba valley known as the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and also those located south from Cusco, are isolated after mudslides cut the only accessible roads.”
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