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  1. Ecuadorian Spanish - Wikipedia

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    The Spanish spoken in the Ecuadorian Andes tends to have many idioms borrowed from Quechua, the native language spoken by the indigenous from this region. Words such as ñaño (which is used by many to refer to brother or "bro", while ñaña would mean sister) or choclo (corn) are widely used by people of any ethnicity or social class in this area.

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  2. Ecuadorians - Wikipedia

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    Ecuador's mainstream culture is defined by its Hispanic mestizo majority, and like their ancestry, it is traditionally of Spanish heritage, influenced in different degrees by Amerindian traditions, and in some cases by African elements. The first and most substantial wave of modern immigration to Ecuador consisted of Spanish colonists ...

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  4. Ecuador - Wikipedia

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    Ecuador lies between latitudes 2°N and 5°S , bounded on the west by the Pacific Ocean, and has 2,337 km (1,452 mi) of coastline. It has 2,010 km (1,250 mi) of land boundaries, with Colombia in the north (with a 590 km (367 mi) border) and Peru in the east and south (with a 1,420 km (882 mi) border).

  5. Index of Ecuador-related articles - Wikipedia

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    Chimborazo – highest mountain peak in Ecuador and the farthest point ... Spanish language edition of Wikipedia, the free ... Wikipedia® is a registered ...

  6. History of Ecuador - Wikipedia

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    The History of Ecuador extends over an 8,000-year period. During this time, a variety of cultures and territories influenced what has become the Republic of Ecuador.The history can be divided into six eras: Pre-Columbian, the Conquest, the Colonial Period, the War of Independence, Gran Colombia, and Simón Bolívar the final separation of his vision into what is known today as the Republic of ...

  7. Ecuador - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Ecuador is a small country in South America. It used to be part of the Spanish Empire. Spain was interested in finding gold in Ecuador. Before Spain, Ecuador was part of the Inca Empire . The President of Ecuador is Guillermo Lasso since 2021. Ecuador produces bananas and cocoa .

  8. Culture of Ecuador - Wikipedia

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    The Ecuadorian Constitution accords the members of a Free Union family, the same rights and duties as any other legally constituted family. There are many variations in family structure, as well as in the social and cultural structure in Ecuador, depending on the socioeconomic position in which people live.

  9. Fuerza Ecuador - Wikipedia

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    Fuerza Ecuador (Spanish: Ecuador's Force) is a political party in Ecuador. History. The party was established on 20 October 2014 by Abdalá Bucaram, Jr. as a successor to the Ecuadorian Roldosist Party, which had its legal registration withdrawn. It was registered in 2015 by the National Electoral Council after presenting 226,040 signatures.

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