Province of Ecuador
Province in Ecuador
Province of Azuay
Coat of arms
Location of Azuay in Ecuador.
Cantons of Azuay Province
Coordinates: 2°53′S 79°00′W / 2.883°S 79.000°W / -2.883; -79.000 Country Ecuador Established June 25, 1824 Capital Cuenca Cantons
Camilo Ponce Enríquez Chordeleg Cuenca El Pan Girón Guachapala Gualaceo Nabón Oña Paute Pucara San Fernando Santa Isabel Sevilla de Oro Sigsig • Provincial Prefect Juan Cristóbal Lloret • Total 8,309.58 km 2 (3,208.35 sq mi) • Total 712,127 • Density 86/km 2 (220/sq mi) Time zone UTC-5 (ECT) Area code (+593) 7 Vehicle registration A HDI (2017) 0.784  high · 3rd Website www .azuay .gov .ec Azuay ( Spanish pronunciation: [aˈswaj] (), ) listen Province of Azuay is a province of Ecuador, created on 25 June 1824. It encompasses an area of 8,309.58 square kilometres (3,208.35 sq mi). Its capital is Cuenca. It is located in the south center of Ecuador in the highlands. Its mountains reach 4,500 m (14,800 ft) above sea level in the national park of El Cajas.
Azuay is located on the Panamerican Highway. Cuenca is connected by national flights from Quito and Guayaquil. It has the largest hydroelectric plant of the country, situated on the river Paute.
Villalba, Juan. "Human Development Index in Ecuador". Scribd (in Spanish) . Retrieved . 2019-02-05
Azuay (Spanish pronunciation: [aˈswaj] (listen)), Province of Azuay is a province of Ecuador, created on 25 June 1824. It encompasses an area of 8,309...
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Azuay Province Former Assemblyman Salvador Quishpe from Zamora-Chinchipe Province Journalist Carlos Rabascall from Guayas Province Businessman...
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Mote pillo is one of the most typical dishes from Cuenca, the
Azuay province and the whole southern highlands in Ecuador. According to one of the classic...
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provinces. There are 221 cantons in the country, of which three are not in any
province[clarification needed]. The cantons are further sub-divided into parishes...
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Huayna Capac (with many alternative transliterations;) (before 1493 – 1527) was the third Sapan Inka of the Inca Empire, born in Tumipampa sixth of the...
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Ecuador. It is located about 30 km west from Cuenca, the capital of the
province of Azuay. The area of 285.44 km2 (28,544 ha) between 3100m and 4450m above...
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nicknamed “El Jardin del
Azuay” (The Garden of Azuay), is a canton in the sierra region of Ecuador in the Azuay Province. It is located 35 km east from...
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Gualaceo, nicknamed “El Jardin del
Azuay” (The Garden of Azuay), is a city in the Azuay Province of Ecuador and the capital of the eponymous Gualaceo...
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Azuay mine is one of the largest gold mines in the Ecuador and in the world. The mine is located in the south of the country in Azuay Province. The...
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The Tomebamba River is a river of Ecuador. It runs through the city of Cuenca, merges into the Amazon river and ends up in the Atlantic Ocean. List of...
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Cuenca (surname) Cuenca Canton, in the
Azuay Province Cuenca, Ecuador, capital of Cuenca Canton and Azuay Province Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cuenca...
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The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Spanish: Catedral de la Inmaculada Concepción), commonly referred to as the New Cathedral of Cuenca (Spanish:...
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The Yanuncay River is a river of Ecuador. It runs through the city of Cuenca. List of rivers of Ecuador Rand McNally, The New International Atlas, 1993...
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SECU) is a high elevation airport serving Cuenca, the capital of the
Azuay Province in Ecuador. It is named after the Peruvian military leader and politician...
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century. The museum has reconstructions of Afro-Ecuadorian houses from the
province of Esmeraldas. The museum also has tzantzas from the Shuar people. The...
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from conception to death. Indigenous activist and former prefect of
Azuay Province, Yaku Pérez Guartambel is the candidate for the Pachakutik Plurinational...
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of Guayaquil); to the east by Los Ríos, Bolívar, Chimborazo, Cañar, and
Azuay; to the north by Los Ríos and Bolívar; and to the south by El Oro and the...
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Estadio Alejandro Serrano Aguilar Banco del Austro is a multi-purpose stadium in Cuenca, Ecuador. It is currently used mostly for football matches and...
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hats in the Andes is Principal, part of the Chordeleg Canton in the
Azuay province. Straw hats woven in Ecuador, like many other 19th- and early 20th-century...
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county, Croatia Valle, Ecuador, a town and parish in Cuenca Canton,
Azuay Province, Ecuador Valle Department, a department in southern Honduras Valle di...
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the National Congress from 1992 to 1994, and served as governor of
Azuay Province between 2007 and 2009. Larriva returned to the legislature, which had...
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– Bahia Vriesea andreettae Rauh –
Azuay Province of Ecuador Vriesea appendiculata (L.B.Sm.) L.B.Sm. – Loja Province of Ecuador Vriesea arachnoidea A.Costa...
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The Paute Dam, also known as the Daniel Palacios Dam and the Amaluza Dam, is a hydroelectric dam in Ecuador. It is located on the Paute River, 125 kilometres...
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The Sagrario Church (Shrine Church) - also known as the Old Cathedral of Cuenca is a temple whose construction began in the mid-16th century, and was considered...
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