capital of Ecuador

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the capital of Ecuador


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Located in the financial, commercial and tourist center in Guayaquil, the city is 165 miles (266 kilometers) south of Quito, the capital of Ecuador, and a four-hour flight from Miami.
1 February 2011 - Swedish vehicle group AB Volvo (STO: VOLV B) said today it will deliver a total 463 bus chassis to several customers in Curitiba, southern Brazil, and Quito, the capital of Ecuador.
Louis to Miami, Fla., and then on to Quito, the capital of Ecuador. From Miami it is not a long flight--about 3 1/2 hours and is on the same time as Missouri, so there was no problem with jetlag.
OPEC's ministers will also meet in Quito, capital of Ecuador, in the second or third week of December.
They were en route to Quito (capital of Ecuador) and then apparently missed the flight to Amsterdam in the morning.
Doctors in Cayambe, the rose capital of Ecuador, confirm these findings and add birth defects, sterility and miscarriages to the list.
Very few cities in the world can claim that the Devil built one of its churches, but such is the case of Quito, capital of Ecuador, whose San Francisco religious complex is said to have been built by the stonemason Cantuna with the assistance of Satan himself.
Three days touring the areas around Quito, the capital of Ecuador, had treated my eye to awe-inspiring vistas.
The attack happened at Huaquillas, six hours into a 44-hour bus ride from Quito, the capital of Ecuador, to the Peruvian capital, Lima.
The economic and financial capital of Ecuador is Guayaquil, the hot and humid "Pearl of the Pacific" that is home to 1.8 million people.
The call came in the closing statement, or the Quito Deceleration, of the Inter-Parliamentary Union Assembly's 128th meeting, which ended at the capital of Ecuador on Friday in the attendance of lawmakers from 120 countries.
They rebranded the South American Community of Nations as UnaSur and endowed it with a permanent secretariat based in Quito, capital of Ecuador.
I was travelling from Quito, the capital of Ecuador, to Cuzco in southern Peru.