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  • |largest_city=[[Guayaquil]] |established_event2=from [[Spain]]
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  • ...o, Ecuador)|Iglesia de la Compañía de Jesús]], [[El Panecillo]] as seen from Northern Quito, [[Carondelet Palace]], Central-Northern Quito, [[Parque La ...41 people lived there. Quito is the second largest city in Ecuador after [[Guayaquil]]. The Historic Center of Quito, Ecuador is one of the largest, least-chang
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  • ...2006 movie ''Idiocracy'', which starred [[Luke Wilson]]. He was born in [[Guayaquil]], [[Ecuador]], grew up in [[New Mexico]], and lives in [[Austin, Texas]]. [[Category:Living people]]
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  • ...gnitude earthquake]] struck the city of Concepción, killing more than 700 people and injuring thousands nationwide. Following the earthquake, geologists rel * {{Flagicon| Ecuador}} [[Guayaquil]], [[Ecuador]]
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  • |motto = {{lang|pt|''A Cidade da Gente''}} (Our City; The People's City) |image_caption = Clockwise from Top: Skyline from Barigui Park; 24 Hours Street; Paço da Liberdade; [[Botanical Garden
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  • ...orn in [[Caracas]], [[Venezuela]]. He liberated many [[country|countries]] from Spain in [[South America]]. Those countries included Venezuela, [[Colombia] ...Spaniards were sent by their governor, and resented wealthy mixed heritage people who could “buy” whiteness. The creoles started calling themselves [[Am
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  • *[[1538]] {{ndash}} The city of [[Guayaquil]] in present-day [[Ecuador]] is founded. *[[1593]] {{ndash}} [[Henry IV of France]] publicly converts from [[Protestantism]] to [[Roman Catholicism]].
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  • * [[1581]] {{ndash}} The northern [[Low Countries]] declare independence from King [[Philip II of Spain]]. ...{{ndash}} An [[earthquake]] in central [[Italy]] kills an estimated 26,000 people.
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  • ...[Rhode Island]] [[Roger Williams (theologian)|Roger Williams]] is banished from [[Massachusetts Bay Colony]] as a religious dissident after he spoke out ag ...[[Chinese people]] at Batavia (now [[Jakarta]]), eventually killing 10,000 people and leading to war.
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  • ...eodoro da Fonseca]] and Emperor [[Pedro II of Brazil|Pedro II]] is removed from power in a [[military]] [[coup]]. The pattern of stars on the night of this * [[1922]] - Over 1,000 people are massacred during a General Strike in [[Guayaquil]], [[Ecuador]].
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  • |birth_place= [[Guayaquil]], [[Ecuador]] |death_place= [[Guayaquil]], [[Ecuador]]
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  • ...tion football]]''' '''[[stadium]]s'''. They are put into order by how many people they can [[wikt:capacity|hold]] at one time. |11||[[Estadio Monumental Isidro Romero Carbo]]||89,930||[[Guayaquil]]|| [[Ecuador]] || [[Barcelona Sporting Club]]
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  • ...acija.asp Cities and Urbanisation] --></ref> that usually has over 500,000 people living in it.<ref>[http://www.citymayors.com/gratis/metropolis.html Metropo *{{flagicon|Ecuador}} [[Guayaquil]]
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  • ====Guayaquil==== On February 15, 2007, Delfín performed for the first time in [[Guayaquil]]. During the concert, as usual, he was wearing white clothing with his nam
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  • | birth_place = [[Ecuador|Guayaquil]], [[Ecuador]] [[Category:Living people]]
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  • | birth_place = [[Guayaquil]], [[Ecuador]] ...= [[Universidad Católica de Santiago de Guayaquil|Catholic University of Guayaquil]]<br>[[Université catholique de Louvain|UCLouvain]]<br>[[University of Ill
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  • ...from the [[French language|French]] ''marin(e)'', ''of the sea'' which was from the [[Latin]] ''marinus'' ("maritime"). The name ''marine'' means "navy" in ...e [[Impressment|pressed]] (forced to serve) the marines protected the ship from [[mutiny]]. They would also [[Boarding (attack)|board]] other ships during
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