The Peruvian coastal city of Trujillo has been aptly called La Ciudad de la Eterna Primavera — or “The City of Everlasting Spring.” The moniker’s a nod to both Trujillo’s balmy climate and the city’s optimism that bright days are ahead.
Trujillo comfortably balances a rich past and a promising future. The Pre-Columbian Huaca del Sol ruins, after all, are located just a few miles from an emerging, tech-friendly business district. Latter-day Saints in Trujillo say it will truly become a city of eternal promise in a few months. The Trujillo Peru Temple will be dedicated June 21. The palm-framed edifice will become the spiritual anchor for almost 90,000 members.