Information about the city Caraz
Caraz is a town in the Caraz District in the southeastern part of Huaylas Province of the Ancash Region in Peru.
Recent investigations propose that its political creation was dated on 12 February 1821, when Grl. San Martín, while staying in Huaura (village north from Lima) founded 4 Departments, including Huaylas as one of them, with its capital, the city of Caraz. Later on 1857, it was split in two, giving birth to the new young Province of Huaraz. The District of Caraz was created by the Administration of Liberation of Don Simón Bolivar, legitimized by law on December 29, 1857, and sanctioned a year later. The city of Caraz became the capital of the Province of Huaylas on July 25, 1857.
Information about the city Bagua Grande
Bagua Grande, also known as Corazón de Amazonas (English Heart of Amazonas) is a town in northern Peru, capital of Utcubamba Province, in the region Amazonas. It has an estimated 47,396 inhabitants, having changed from a rural to an urban area after experiencing lots of immigration in the 1960s.
The urban area is located on a hillside by the river Utcubamba, now merged with Cajaruro District, is very warm, fertile and rain for most of the year.
The economy is based on trade and agricultural production, especially of very high quality rice, corn and coffee, trade is active with the cities of Chiclayo, Jaen, and the neighboring department of San Martin. It has minor industries, of hulled and rice mills and bottling carbonated water.