Riobamba


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Ri·o·bam·ba

 (rē′ō-bäm′bə, -väm′bä)
A city of central Ecuador in the Andes south of Quito. Ecuador's independence was proclaimed here in 1830.

Ri•o•bam•ba

(ˌri oʊˈbɑm bə)

n.
a city in central Ecuador in the Andes, near the Chimborazo volcano. 149,757.
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The band played free concerts in Quito and the cities of Guayaquil, Cuenca, Loja, Ambato and Riobamba on a tour coordinated by U.
TV Cable Ecuador was established in 1987 and currently operates in more than 20 cities with dominant presence in the capital Quito, the country's commercial hub Guayaquil and anchor cities such as Cuenca, Salinas, Ambato, Riobamba, Ibarra, Tulcan, Portoviejo and Manta.
Modi primarily worked at two hospitals in the city of Riobamba, while Dr.
Eddie Lynam, trainer of Dahindar and Riobamba "We have a couple of feet of snow here, but both were pretty fit before it came, so they're straight enough.
O'Connor deftly mixes presidential speeches and decrees, congressional debates, and ministerial reports with closer to the ground archival materials from the Archivo Nacional de la Historia in Quito for Ecuador's Supreme Court and the Archivo Nacional de la Historia in Riobamba for superior court records.
GUAMOTE: Thursday is when you go to Guamote, 38 km south of Riobamba.
You could think you're a racehorse trainer when you have a horse like him in the yard," quipped winning trainer Eddie Lynam who completed an across-the-card double for Duff's owners Kilbnoy Estates with Riobamba at Dundalk.
Although the entire twelve hour journey from Quito to the outskirts of Guayaquil isn't possible today, visitors have several options to enjoy the line's most spectacular segment, from Riobamba to Sibambe through the dreaded Devil's Nose.
Two explosions in the munitions depot of Ecuador's largest military installation near the city of Riobamba killed seven people and injured 274.
Cantares andinos: Quito, Latacunga, Ambato, Riobamba, Cajamarca, Ancash, Cusco, Ayacucho, Puno, La Paz.
At the same time, a handful of bishops, such as Samuel Ruiz Garcia in Chiapas, Mexico, and Leonidas Proano in Riobamba, Ecuador, spoke out strongly in defense of the rights of indigenous people, especially the right to land.
Pascual Condito, Riobamba 477, Capital Federal, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tel +54 11 4373-7583, orler@primerplano.