Arica, Chile
Arica is a commune and a port city with a population of 185,269 in the Arica Province of northern Chile's Arica and Parinacota Region, located only south of the border with Peru. The city is the capital of both the Arica Province and the Arica and Parinacota Region...

is a city in northern Chile. "Arica" may also refer to:

  • Arica and Parinacota Region, Chile
  • Arica Airport (ACM), Chile
  • Arica, Amazonas, town in Colombia
  • Rio Aricá-açu, tributary of the Cuiabá River
    Cuiabá River
    The Cuiabá River is a Brazilian river in the southern state of Mato Grosso that flows in the Rio de la Plata Basin....

     south of Cuiabá
    Under the Koppen climate classification, Cuiaba features a tropical wet and dry climate. Cuiabá is famous for its searing heat, although temperatures in winter can arrive sporadically at 10 degrees, indeed atypical, caused by cold fronts coming from the south, and that may only last one or two...

    , Brazil

  • Battle of Arica
    Battle of Arica
    The Battle of Arica, also known as Assault and Capture of Arica Cape, was a battle in the War of the Pacific. It was fought on 7 June 1880, between the forces of Chile and Peru....

    , part of the War of the Pacific
    War of the Pacific
    The War of the Pacific took place in western South America from 1879 through 1883. Chile fought against Bolivia and Peru. Despite cooperation among the three nations in the war against Spain, disputes soon arose over the mineral-rich Peruvian provinces of Tarapaca, Tacna, and Arica, and the...

  • Arica School
    Arica School
    The Arica School, also known as the Arica Institute or simply as Arica, is a human potential movement group founded in 1968 by Bolivian-born philosopher Oscar Ichazo ....

     (Arica Institute)
  • Arıca
    Arica is a city in northern Chile. "Arica" may also refer to:Places* Arica and Parinacota Region, Chile* Arica Airport , Chile* Arica, Amazonas, town in Colombia* Rio Aricá-açu, tributary of the Cuiabá River south of Cuiabá, BrazilOther...

    , Turkish surname
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