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Buenos Aires, Trujillo

Buenos Aires is a coastal town and resort located in Víctor Larco Herrera district, in Trujillo, Peru. This locality is subdivided into three zones: Buenos Aires South, extending to the border with the Moche district, Buenos Aires Central limiting with Vista Alegre by east and the sector called Buenos Aires North extending up to the limit with Huanchaco. In the north side of this town is located the headquarters of the Municipality of Victor Larco Herrera district. Located in the southwest of Trujillo city was formed as a resort since the late nineteenth century. Appreciated for its scenery and cool weather and mild, was named Buenos Aires by Don Víctor Larco Herrera, illustrious benefactor of the district which now bears his name, who in 1915 established the railroad between Trujillo and the resort of Buenos Aires, providing transport for people who lived there. Association of Breeders and Owners of Paso Horses in La Libertad Santa Rosa Church Moche River Map of Buenos Aires "Huaca de la luna and Huaca del sol" "Huacas del Sol y de la Luna Archaeological Complex", Official Website Information on El Brujo Archaeological Complex Chan Chan World Heritage Site, UNESCO Chan Chan conservation project Website about Trujillo, Events, Business Directory "International Spring Festival in Trujillo" with Miss world 2004 on YouTube Tourism in Trujillo city on YouTube Marinera Festival 2012 in Trujillo city on YouTube Gallery pictures by Panoramio, Includes Geographical information by various authors Colonial Trujillo photos

Georgetown–St. John's men's basketball rivalry

The Georgetown–St. John's men's basketball rivalry is a college basketball rivalry between the Georgetown Hoyas men's basketball team of Georgetown University and St. John's Red Storm men's basketball team of St. John's University; the first meeting between the two schools was on December 8, 1909, won by St. John's 41-26; the two teams played off and on since that first matchup until 1965, when they began annually scheduled games, they only intensified when both programs became founding members of the Big East Conference in 1979. The rivalry was brought to national attention during the 1984-85 NCAA Division I men's basketball season when both programs were ranked #1 and #2 throughout the season and met on a total of four occasions, including during the 1985 Big East Championship and the 1985 Final Four; the college basketball rivalry gained renewed interest when both schools remained in the new Big East Conference during the 2010-2014 NCAA conference realignment. Both programs are coached by their school's Hall of Fame players, Patrick Ewing and Chris Mullin from the 1984-85 season when the schools hired them to lead their programs in 2017 and 2015, respectively