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Chan Chan, Peru. Chan Chan was constructed by the Chimor (the kingdom of the Chimú).

Chan Chan is a city in Peru of intricate architectural design. Today, it is an archaeological site due to its adobe structures. "Chan Chan" translates to "Sun Sun." Chan Chan got its name from the sunny climate. It was constructed in 850 AD.

Chan Chan and the Huaca de la Luna | Brendan's Adventures*

Chan Chan, Peru - largest Pre-Columbian city in South America, an archaeological…

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The City of Chan Chan, Peru--the ancient adobe city of the Chimu culture is simply immense, covering almost acres.

13. Chan Chan, Peru.

Chan Chan, Peru is an abandoned city and a great ruined, capital of Chimu Kingdom and also the largest city in Pre-Columbian America from 1100 – 1470 AD. The place is situated in the northern coast of Peru about to the north of Lima in Moche valley

Chan Chan - Peru  The Chimu Kingdom, with Chan Chan as its capital, reached its apogee in the 15th century, not long before falling to the Incas. The planning of this huge city, the largest in pre-Columbian America, reflects a strict political and social strategy, marked by the city's division into nine 'citadels' or 'palaces' forming autonomous units.

Temple of Ascension Chan Chan, the Mud-Brick adobe city in Trujillo, Peru

Palace, Chan Chan, Chimú ruins on the dry Peruvian coast ~ world's largest adobe city ever built ~ UNESCO World Heritage Site

TRUJILLO, PERÚ Palace, Chan Chan, Chimú ruins on the dry Peruvian coast ~ world's largest adobe city ever built ~ UNESCO World Heritage Site

Chan Chan, Perú. Built in 1200-1470. It was the capital of pre-Incan kingdom of Chimor. The city has nine vast quadrangles or citadels each enclosed by 29 ft (9 m) walls designed for protection from coastal winds. Each quadrangle had 100 more or less mud bricks buildings.

Chan Chan, Perú. Built in 1200-1470. It was the capital of pre-Incan kingdom of Chimor. The city has nine vast quadrangles or citadels each enclosed by 29 ft (9 m) walls designed for protection from coastal winds. Each quadrangle had 100 more or less mud bricks buildings.

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