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Location of Pachacamac in the Lima province
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Pachacamac archaeological site
|Founded||January 2, 1857|
| 160.23 km2|
75 metres (246 ft)
|Population (as of the 2005 Census)|
|Mayor||Hugo León Ramos Lescano|
|Subdivisions||11 populated centers|
Pachacamac was first encountered by Hernándo Pizarro on January 30, 1530 while on his quest for gold and his search for a location of a new capital. In 1573 the city of Santísimo Salvador de Pachacámac was founded. In 1857 Pachacamac was founded as a republican district.
The district is located in the southern part of the Lima province at an elevation of 75m.
The district is divided into 11 populated centers (Spanish: Centros Poblados):
- Puente Manchay
- Tambo Inga
- Pampa Flores
- Manchay Alto Lote B
- Invasion Cementerio
- Manchay Bajo
- Santa Rosa de Mal Paso
The capital of the Pachacamac district is the village of Pachacamac.
- (Spanish) Official web site