The banner shows the wrong Trujillo. There are 9 cities called Trujillo in Latin America, but the banner may be the original city, in Spain.
The most representative photo of Trujillo Peru, that I know is: http://www.reservas.net/alojamiento_hoteles/imagenes/trujillo_presenta_372x168.jpg —The preceding comment was added by 18.104.22.168 (talk • contribs)
I wasn't sure from this sentence " Visit Trujillo's colonial centre, the Moche Pyramids  and El Brujo which should all soon be declared World Heritage sites like Chan Chan with its site museum." If "should" is meant as in "they will be declare" or "I think the should be declared." It might be worth mentioning that this is going to happen, but the personal opinion, valid as it may be, probably doesn't belong. I also wasn't sure what "Chan Chan" was, which probably just shows how much I need to travel more ;-). Majnoona 21:22, 16 July 2006 (EDT)
Application to become World heritage sites has been made to UNESCO in respect of Huacas del Sol y Luna. El Brujo is in all aspects very similar. Application to become World heritage sites has been made to UNESCO in respect of parts of the colonial centre of Trujillo. This will take longer to discuss.
UNESCO had donated US$350 million to facilitate Bangkok's Palace becoming a World Heritage Site, but the Thai authorities decided not to proceed. —The preceding comment was added by 22.214.171.124 (talk • contribs)
Added Spanish school - Quite good been there a week - 21:22 23 April 2010 - olie (admin (at) norvan (dot) net)