Trujillo is a municipality located inside the province of Caceres, within the independent network of Extremadura, Spain. It had 9,086 inhabitants, located inside the province of Caceres, Extremadura. Originally settled on a granite knoll which changed into effortlessly fortified, the city now extends to the South East of its authentic site. Trujillo is both a centre for tourism, with over 25 inns, and a regional marketplace metropolis.
The antique town contains many medieval and renaissance buildings. Many of these have been built or enriched with the aid of the conquistadors born in the city. These encompass, the conquerors of Peru, Francisco Pizarro and his brothers, Francisco de Orellana and Hernando de Alarcon. Pizarro's equestrian statue stands in the most important rectangular, the Plaza Mayor. The most vital monuments are the castle, the church of Santa Maria, and the church of San Francisco.
It hosts the countrywide cheese pageant in early May. Trujillo turned into settled on a granite batholith throughout Prehistoric times. In Roman times the metropolis turned into called Turgalium and became a prefecture stipendiary of the Lusitanian capital, Emerita Augusta. Later it was colonised through east germanic tribes even though the prevalence of the population would still had been Hispano-Roman.