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Quito, Ec

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Thank you all...

By assuming you dont know where or what Quito is, I will give you a very, extremely quick idea of its info. It is the capital city of a very small country in South America. It has about 2 million habitants, it was oficially founded by the Spanish in Dec 6,1534. It has the biggest colonial center in the continent, and it is recognized as the city where the ideals of independence started to rise in the whole latinamerican region. (Luz de America-America's light)

Well, I dont know how to insert pics in the forum, but here are some websites with pics you might find cool. Remember that Ecuador, and Quito is one of the poorest countries in Latinamerica in economical terms, but one of the richest ones in culture...

http://www.viaggiaresempre.it/07San%20Francesco.jpg

http://www.zlm-concept.org/voyages/equateu...o-pichincha.jpg

http://www.vozandes.org/modules/jornadashv...uador/quito.jpg

http://www.enjoyecuador.net/espanol/multim.../basilica07.jpg

http://inkasperu.com/tours/jpg_files/jpg_p...uador/quito.jpg

http://www.razonypalabra.org.mx/anteriores.../imgs/quito.jpg

http://70.67.36.50/web_pics/images/users/l...samer/quito.jpg

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Russo, most of those links didn't work! Please try correct those links. I'm sure that others would like to see the picsutres as much as I do!

This one did work:

07San%20Francesco.jpg

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That first site is in german, and the second is in french- which is why i ask ;)

I realize its probably not- I just thought it unusual to see sites in languages that you don't normally associate with certain places.

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Ecuador is a spanish speaking country, with a variety of native language like Quechua. Many pages are in german because of the great flow of toruist in Quito, and the admiration had towards the city's architecture.

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