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Tuqtu (Canas-Chumbivilcas)

Tuqtu ( Quechua for "broody hen", also spelled Tucto) is a mountain in the Andes of Peru. Its summit reaches about above sea level. The mountain is located in the Cusco Region, Canas Province, Quehue District, and in the Chumbivilcas Province, Livitaca District. Annually the Tupay Tuqtu festival which has been declared a National Cultura Heritage takes places at the mountain.

Southwest of Tuqtu, also on the border of the provinces of Canas and Chumbivilcas, there is a high peak named Tuqtu (Tocto). It lies at .

Tuqtu (Canchis-Quispicanchi)

Tuqtu ( Quechua for "broody hen", also spelled Tucto) is a mountain in the Andes of Peru, about high. It is situated in the Cusco Region, Canchis Province, Pitumarca District, and in the Quispicanchi Province, Cusipata District. Tuqtu lies northwest of Tiklla Q'asa, near Hatun Ch'aqu, south of it.

An intermittent stream originates east of Hatun Ch'aqu and Tuqtu. Its waters flow to the Ch'illkamayu in the south. The Ch'illkamayu is a right tributary of the Willkanuta River.

Tuqtu

Tuqtu ( Quechua for "broody hen", also spelled Tucto, Tuctu) may refer to:

  • Tuqtu (Ancash), a mountain in the Ancash Region, Peru
  • Tuqtu (Canas-Chumbivilcas), a mountain on the border of the provinces of Canas and Chumbivilcas, Cusco Region, Peru
  • Tuqtu (Canchis-Quispicanchi), a mountain on the border of the provinces of Canchis and Quispicanchi, Cusco Region, Peru
  • Tuqtu (Junín), a mountain in the Junín Region, Peru
Tuqtu (Junín)

Tuqtu ( Quechua for "broody hen", also spelled Tucto) is a mountain in the Cordillera Central in the Andes of Peru which reaches a height of approximately . It is located in the Junín Region, Chupaca Province, Yanacancha District.