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Babahoyo
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From top, left to right: Our Lady of Mercy Cathedral next to the Central Park May 24, view of the southwest of the city, Catarama River Bridge, October 9 Boardwalk, Babahoyo River and García Moreno Street.
From top, left to right: Our Lady of Mercy Cathedral next to the Central Park May 24, view of the southwest of the city, Catarama River Bridge, October 9 Boardwalk, Babahoyo River and García Moreno Street.
Babahoyo is located in Ecuador
Babahoyo
Babahoyo
Coordinates: 1°48′0″S 79°32′24″W / 1.80000°S 79.54000°W / -1.80000; -79.54000
CountryBabahoyo Ecuador
ProvinceLos Ríos
CantonBabahoyo
Founded1796
Government
 • MayorGustavo Barquet
Area
 • City13.66 km2 (5.27 sq mi)
Elevation
8 m (26 ft)
Population
 (2022 census)[1]
 • City98,251
 • Density7,200/km2 (19,000/sq mi)
 • Demonym
Babahoyense
Time zoneUTC-5 hours
Area code(+593) 5
ClimateAw
Websitewww.babahoyo.gob.ec (in Spanish)

Babahoyo (Spanish pronunciation: [baβaˈoʝo]), founded May 27, 1948, by legislative decree, is the capital of the Los Ríos province of Ecuador. Its population is cited around 98,000. It is bordered by two rivers, the San Pablo and the Caracol, which join to form the Babahoyo River. This meets the Daule River to form the Guayas River, which runs to the Pacific Ocean at the Gulf of Guayaquil.

A processing and trade center for the surrounding agricultural region, the city handles rice, sugarcane, fruits, balsa wood, and tagua nuts (vegetable ivory). Rice and sugar are also milled here.

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