Chan Chan


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Chan Chan

 (chän′ chän′)
A ruined pre-Incan city on the northern coast of Peru, built after ad 850. At its peak it was home to tens of thousands of people.
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The AFP report had also shed light on how Chan Chan, the largest mud brick city in the world was the humble adobe of powerful elites, highly trained craftsmen and farmers before it was preyed on by the army led by the Inca emperor Topa Inca Yupanqui in 1470.
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Skin-on Roasted Salmon Chan Chan Yaki marinated in raisin puree was an eyeopener.
The Huanchaquito-Las Llamas burial site is less than half a mile from the Chimu's capital Chan Chan, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Chan Chan, a guest from Myanmar who jumped from the second floor of the hotel, also told news portal The Quint about her ordeal.
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The statues, all but one of which were in a good condition, were found in the Chan Chan archeological site.
Their capital city was Chan Chan, and today, it is empty and uninhabitable due to lack of water resources.
The discovery, supported by grants from the National Geographic Society, was made close to what was then the capital of the Chimu Empire -- Chan Chan, a UNESCO World Heritage site near modern-day Trujillo.
Chan Chan is the biggest mud-brick settlement in pre-Hispanic America, with its pyramid-shaped temples, plazas and palace.
A fin de responder a esta cuestion, que representa un importante desafio en la conservacion de la integridad y el respeto de la perpetuidad de los sitios arqueologicos, estudiamos segun un enfoque de ciencias de la educacion y de la museologia, los diferentes registros de mediacion de la arqueologia en tres exposiciones de museos de sitio, de los cuales dos se situan en Peru (Chan Chan y Huacas de Moche) y uno en Mexico (Templo Mayor).
They play Cuban classics like 'Chan Chan', usually augmented with their own original work.