The Metropolitan Cathedral of Guayaquil (officially the Cathedral of Saint Peter) is a cathedral in the center of Guayaquil, Ecuador.
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Francisco de Orellana Airport (IATA: OCC, ICAO: SECO) is an airport serving Puerto Francisco de Orellana (also known as Coca), a city in the province of Orellana in Ecuador.
The Esmeraldas River is a river in northwestern Ecuador that flows into the Pacific Ocean at the city of Esmeraldas. Among its tributaries is the Guayllabamba River which drains Quito.
Corazón (Spanish: "heart") is an inactive eroded stratovolcano of Ecuador, situated about 30 km southwest of Quito in the western slopes of the Andes.
Chone is a town in the province of Manabi in Ecuador. Officially, La Real Santisíma Villa Rica de la Bendita Providencia de San Cayetano de Chone de esta nuestra Nueva Castilla in reference to Saint Cajetan and The City of Kings, called Pueblo Viejo…
Mount Carihuairazo (also Carihuayrazo) is a volcanic caldera neighboured by Ecuador's highest mountain Chimborazo.
The Action of San Mateo Bay was a naval engagement which took place from 24 June to 1 July 1594 between the discovery ship Dainty under the command of English privateer Richard Hawkins and a Spanish squadron of three galleons commanded by Beltrán de…
The Zamora River (Spanish: Río Zamora) is a tributary of the Santiago River located in the south-east of Ecuador. Historically, it was known to the Spanish as Yaya Mayu ("Father River"[verification needed]), from the river's name among a group of Sh…
Vinces is a city in the Los Ríos Province, Ecuador. It is the seat of the Vinces Canton.
The Universidad Del Pacífico – Ecuador : Escuela de Negocios (UPACIFICO) is an Ecuadorian non-profit private university.
Teniente Coronel Luis A Mantilla International Airport (IATA: TUA, ICAO: SETU) is an airport in Tulcán, Ecuador.
Farming center about 10 miles south of Machala, Ecuador. Santa Rosa that is the site for a large new airport to serve the southern part of Ecuador.
Santa Cruz is a canton in the Ecuadorian province of the Galápagos. Its area covers the islands of Baltra, Bartolomé, Marchena, North Seymour, Pinta, Pinzón, Rábida, Santa Cruz, and Santiago.
San Lorenzo is a port town on the north coast of Ecuador, about 18km south of the Colombian border.
Piñas is a canton in the El Oro Province, Ecuador. Its seat is Piñas. It is also known as the "Orchid of The Andes" because of the many orchids grown nearby. The town was named Piñas by Juan de Loayza, in honor of his homeland Piñas in Spain.
Pintag is an agrarian village located 27.5 kilometers southeast of Quito in Pichincha Province, Ecuador.
Muisne is a coastal town in the southwest of the province of Esmeraldas in northwestern Ecuador, with 5,925 inhabitants in the last Ecuadorian census in 2010. It is the seat of the namesake canton.
Carlos Concha Torres International Airport (IATA: ESM, ICAO: SETN) is an airport in Esmeraldas, Ecuador.
Cotacachi is a dormant volcano in the Western Cordillera of the northern Ecuadorian Andes, in the west of Imbabura Province, above the city of Cotacachi.
The Cordillera del Cóndor (Condor mountain range) is a mountain range in the eastern Andes that is shared by and part of the international border between Ecuador and Peru.
Coliseo General Rumiñahui is an indoor sporting arena located in Quito, Ecuador. The capacity of the arena is 16,000 and is used mostly for basketball, Volleyball and others Sports.
Atacazo is a volcano of the Western Cordillera, southwest of Quito, Ecuador. It lies 25 kilometers south-west of Quito. Southwest of Atacazo is another volcano known as Ninahuilca. The Atacazo is a stratovolcano.It was formed by the action of a Late…
Academia Cotopaxi (Academia Cotopaxi American International School) is a co-educational non-profit school in Quito, Ecuador, created in 1959 by a group of American mothers. Alice Conger was the first director of the school. This school maintains a m…
The 1987 Ecuador earthquakes occurred over a six-hour period on March 6. The sequence of shocks measured 6.7 and 7.1 and 6.0 on the moment magnitude scale. The mainshock had a maximum Mercalli Intensity of IX (Violent). The earthquakes were centered…
University of Cuenca (Spanish: Universidad de Cuenca) is an Ecuadorian university located in Cuenca. University of Cuenca is the principal university of Azuay Province.
Tarqui is a parish (parroquia) in Cuenca Canton, Azuay, Ecuador.
Santa Isabel Canton is a canton of Ecuador, located in the Azuay Province. Its capital is the town of Santa Isabel.
San Antonio de Pichincha, or simply San Antonio and less frequently by the older name San Antonio de Lulumpamba (alternate spelling: Lulumbamba), is a rural parish of Quito Canton, Pichincha Province, Ecuador. The seat of the parish lies in an arid …
Salcedo is a canton in the Cotopaxi Province, Ecuador.
Rio Amazonas Airport (IATA: PTZ, ICAO: SESM) is located at Shell Mera in the Pastaza Province in Ecuador.
Pululagua (alternate spelling: Pululahua) is a dormant volcano in the north of Quito Canton, Pichincha Province, Ecuador. The volcano is in the Western Cordillera of the northern Ecuadorian Andes, approximately west-southwest of Mojanda and north of…
Picoazá is an urban parish in Portoviejo Canton, Manabí Province, Ecuador.
Pedro Carbo is a town located in the coastal Guayas, Ecuador, near Manabí province. It is located at the 63 kilometer marker on the road from Guayaquil to Manabí. It is the seat of Pedro Carbo Cantón, founded in 1984. As of the census of 2001, there…
Naranjal is a canton in the province of Guayas in western continental Ecuador.
Montecristi Canton is a canton of Ecuador, located in the Manabí Province. Its capital is the town of Montecristi.
Mera is a town in the eastern foothills of the Ecuadorian Andes.