|Location||Peru, Huánuco Region, Ambo Province|
|Height||2,206 metres (7,238 ft)|
Hatun Uchku (Quechua hatun big, uchku hole, pit "big hole" or "big pit", hispanicized spelling Jatun Uchco) is a cave with archaeological and paleontological remains in Peru. It was declared a National Cultural Heritage by Resolución Directoral No. 441/INC on May 23, 2002. Hatun Uchku is situated in the Huánuco Region, Ambo Province, Ambo District, about 500 m south of the main square of Ambo, at a height of 2,206 metres (7,238 ft).
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