Guayaquil

[n] - the largest city of Ecuador
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Guayaquil

largest city and chief port of Ecuador. It is situated on the west bank of the Guayas River, 45 miles (72 km) upstream from the Gulf of Guayaquil of ... [2 related articles]
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Guayaquil

The Guayaquil is an Ecuadorian Lurssen 45 class fast attack craft of 255 tons displacement launched in 1976. She is manned by a crew of 35, and powered by four MTU 16V 538 diesel engines rated at 14000 hp providing a top speed of 40 knots and a range of 1120 km. Armaments consist of four Aerospatiale Exocet MM38 anti-ship missiles; one OTO Melara 7
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Guayaquil

Guayaquil (pron), officially Santiago de Guayaquil (pron), is the largest and the most populous city in Ecuador, with about 3.8 million inhabitants in the city and nearly 4.1 million in the metropolitan area, as well as that nation`s main port. The city is the capital of the Ecuadorian province of Guayas and the seat of the namesake canton. Guaya.
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Guayaquil

Guayaquil (gwīäkēl') , city (1990 pop. 1,508,444), capital of Guayas prov., W Ecuador, on the Guayas River near its mouth on the Gulf of Guayaquil, an inlet of the Pacific Ocean. The chief port and largest city of Ecuador and one of the best ports along Latin America's Pacific c...
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Guayaquil

Largest city and chief port of Ecuador near the mouth of the Guayas River; population (2001) 1,985,400. The economic centre of Ecuador and the capital of Guayas province, the port is the world's leading exporter of bananas and industries include textiles, iron and steel, engineering, pharmaceuticals, cement, and petroleum refining. Other ex...
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