Chronology of Catholic Dioceses:Peru

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0100~
Italica - Spain
0200-0300
Sevilla (separated from Italica?) - Spain
0300-0400
Sevilla (AD) - Spain
1513
Santa María la Antigua del Darién / Darién (established from Santo Domingo?) - (New Granada) Panama
1520?
Panamá / Castilla del Oro (new name, See moved from Santa María la Antigua del Darién) - (New Granada) Panama
1546
Popayán (detached from Panama) - (New Granada) Colombia
1546
Quito (detached from Lima) - Ecuador
1786
Cuenca (detached from Quito) - Ecuador
1925
Panamá (AD, was part of the Metropolitan Province of Cartagena) - Panama

1536
Cuzco (established from Spain/Sevilla?) - Peru
1541
Ciudad de los Reyes / Lima (detached from Cuzco ?) - Peru
1546
Lima (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Sevilla) - Peru
1577
Arequipa (detached from Lima) - Peru
1577
Trujillo (detached from Lima) - Peru
1609
Ayacucho / Huamanga (detached from Cuzco) - Peru
1803
Maynas (detached from Popayan, from Quito, from Cuenca, from Trujillo, from Lima, and from Huamanga) - Peru
1843
Chachapoyas (new name, previously Maynas) - Peru
1861
Puno (detached from Cuzco) - Peru
1865
Huánuco (detached from Lima) - Peru
1899
Huaraz (detached from Lima) - Peru
1900
San León del Amazonas (AP, detached from Chachapoyas) - Peru
1900
Ucayali (AP, detached from Huanuco, and from Ayacucho) - Peru
1900
San Domingo de Urubamba (AP, detached from Cuzco) - Peru
1908
Cajamarca (detached from Trujillo, and from Chachapoyas) - Peru
1913
Urubamba y Madre de Dios (AV, and new name, previously San Domingo de Urubamba) - Peru
1921
San León del Amazonas (AV) - Peru
1921
San Gabriel de la Dolorosa del Maranón (AP, detached from San León del Amazonas) - Peru
1925
Ucayali (AV) - Peru
1936
San Gabriel de la Dolorosa del Maranón (AV) - Peru
1940
Piura (detached from Trujillo) - Peru
1943
Arequipa (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Lima) - Peru
1943
Cuzco (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Lima) - Peru
1943
Trujillo (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Lima) - Peru
1943
Peru (Mil.Ord.) - Peru
1944
Huancavélica (detached from Ayacucho / Huamanga) - Peru
1944
Huancayo (detached from Huánuco) - Peru
1944
Tacna (detached from Arequipa) - Peru
1945
Iquitos (AV, new name, previously San León del Amazonas AV) - Peru
1945
San José de Amazonas (AP, detached from San León del Amazonas AV) - Peru
1946
Ica (detached from Lima) - Peru
1946
San Francisco Javier (AP, detached from Chachapoyas, from Cajamarca, and from San Gabriel de la Dolorosa del Maranón) - Peru
1948
Moyobamba (Prel., detached from Chachapoyas) - Peru
1949
Puerto Maldonado (AV, new name, previously Urubamba y Madre de Dios AV) - Peru
1955
San José de Amazonas (AV, detached from San León del Amazonas) - Peru
1956
San Ramón (AV, new name, previously Ucayali AP) - Peru
1956
Chiclayo (detached from Trujillo, and from Cajamarca) - Peru
1956
Pucallpa (AV, detached from Ucayali) - Peru
1956
Requena (AV, detached from Ucayali) - Peru
1957
Caravelí (Prel., detached from Arequipa, and from Ayacucho) - Peru
1957
Juli (Prel., detached from Puno) - Peru
1957
Yauyos (Prel., detached from Lima) - Peru
1958
Abancay (detached from Cuzco) - Peru
1958
Ayaviri (Prel., detached from Puno) - Peru
1958
Huacho (detached from Lima, and from Huaraz) - Peru
1958
Huarí (Prel., detached from Huanuco, and from Huaraz) - Peru
1958
Tarma (Prel., detached from Huanuco, and from Huancayo) - Peru
1959
Sicuani (Prel., detached from Cuzco) - Peru
1960
Yurimaguas (AV, new name, previously San Gabriel de la Dolorosa del Maranón AV) - Peru
1961
Huamachuco (Prel., detached from Trujillo) - Peru
1962
Chimbote (Prel.) - Peru
1962
Chuquibamba (Prel.) - Peru
1963
Chota (Prel.) - Peru
1964
Chulucanas (Prel.) - Peru
1966
Ayacucho / Huamanga (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Cuzco) - Peru
1966
Huancayo (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Lima) - Peru
1966
Piura (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Trujillo) - Peru
1967
Callao (detached from Cuzco) - Peru
1968
Chuquibambilla (Prel., detached from Abancay) - Peru
1971
San Francisco Javier (AV) - Peru
1980
Jaén en Perú / San Francisco Javier (AV, new name, previously San Francisco Javier AP) - Peru
1983
Chimbote - Peru
1985
Tarma - Peru
1988
Chulucanas - Peru
1992
Tacna y Moquegua - (new name, previously Tacna) - Peru
1996
Carabayllo (detached from Lima) - Peru
1996
Chosica (detached from Lima) - Peru
1996
Lurín (detached from Lima) - Peru
2008
Huarí - Peru
av Webmaster publisert 15.05.2008, sist endret 15.05.2008 - 16:05