Quito

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Ubicación de Quito en el Ecuador
Español: Capital del Ecuador, Primer Patrimonio Cultural de la Humanidad. Fundada por Sebastián de Benalcázar el 6 de Diciembre de 1534. Población aproximada (2010): 1'619.800 habitantes.
English: Capital of Ecuador, First Cultural Patrimony of Humanity. Founded by Sebastian Benalcazar the December 6, 1534. Approximate population (2010): 1'619 .800 people.
中文: 资本厄瓜多尔,首先人类文化遗产。由Sebastian Benalcazar成立的1534年12月6日。近似​​人口(2010年):1'619.800人。
Français : capitale de l'Equateur, d'abord Patrimoine Culturel de l'Humanité. Fondée par Sébastien Benalcazar l'Décembre 6 1534. Population approximative (2010): 1'619 0.800 personnes.
Deutsch: Hauptstadt von Ecuador, erste kulturelle Erbe der Menschheit. Gegründet von Sebastian Benalcazar den 6. Dezember 1534. Ungefähre Einwohnerzahl (2010): 1'619 0,800 Menschen.
Português: Capital do Equador, Patrimônio Cultural da Humanidade First. Fundada por Sebastian Benalcazar a 6 de dezembro de 1534. População aproximada (2010): 1'619 0,800 pessoas.
Italiano: capitale dell'Ecuador, prima Patrimonio Culturale dell'Umanità. Fondata da Sebastian Benalcazar il 6 Dicembre 1534. Popolazione di circa (2010): 1619 0,800 persone.
العربية: عاصمة اكوادور ، التراث الثقافي للبشرية الأولى. أسسها Benalcazar سيباستيان في 6 ديسمبر 1534. السكان التقريبي (2010) : 1'619 0،800 شخص.
日本語: エクアドルの首都、人類の最初の文化遺産。 1534年12月6日セバスチャンBenalcazarによって設立。おおよその人口(2010):1'6190.800人。

Historia|History|历史|Histoire|Geschichte[edit]

  • Nombre oficial: San Francisco de Quito
  • Fundación: 6 de Diciembre de 1534

A breif History of Quito[edit]

Quito, Ecuador's capital, sits high in the Andean foothills at an altitude of 2,850m. Constructed on the foundations of an ancient Incan city, it’s known for its Spanish colonial buildings dating back more than 500 years. It all can be taken in from the TelefériQo, a gondola ride up the Pichincha volcano[1][2][3][4]



The Historic Center of Quito, the best-preserved, least altered historic centre in Latin America. An area that stretches over 790 acres with 130 monumental buildings, over 5,000 smaller properties and numerous 500 year old Churches and Convents. The Historic Center of Quito is a a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was constructed on what was once a 16th century Inca city at an altitude of 2,850 metres in the Andes Mountains near the Equator. Quito, the capital of Ecuador at an altitude of 2,850 meteres, 9,350 feet above sea level. [5][6][7][8][9][10]

Bandera y Escudo|Flag and Coat-of-arms|标志和盾|Drapeau et Blason|Flagge und Schild[edit]

Mapas|Maps|地图|Cartes|Karten[edit]

Centro Histórico|Historical center|历史中心|Centre Historique|Historical Center[edit]


Hand Carved Exterior Doors (Centro Histórico Quito)[edit]

Quito moderno|Modern Quito|现代基多|Quito moderne|moderne Quito[edit]

Transporte|Transport|运输|Transports|Transport[edit]

Parques|Parks|公园|Parcs|Parks[edit]

Universidades|Universities|大学|Universités|Universität[edit]

Fútbol|Football|足球|Football|Fußball[edit]

Vistas panorámicas|Panoramic views|全景|Des vues panoramiques|Panoramablick[edit]

Centro Histórico - Historical center - 历史中心 - Centre Historique - Historical Center[edit]

Norte - North -北- du Nord - Norden[edit]

Norte - North -北- du Nord - Norden Pichincha Volcano[edit]

Sur - Surth -南- Sud - Süden[edit]

  1. http://intelligenttravel.nationalgeographic.com/2015/10/30/culinary-quito-an-introduction/
  2. http://national-geographic.cafepress.com/art.826137651?substrate=Mounted%20Print&size=16x11
  3. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/18/travel/36-hours-in-quito-ecuador.html
  4. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/07/travel/ecuador-budget-travel.html
  5. http://articles.latimes.com/2012/nov/11/travel/la-tr-quito-20121111
  6. http://www.wired.com/2015/08/cotopaxi-ecuador-erupts-first-time-since-1940s/
  7. http://edition.cnn.com/2014/06/13/travel/unesco-first-12-world-heritage-sites/
  8. http://edition.cnn.com/2014/06/13/travel/gallery/unescos-first-world-heritage-sites/index.html
  9. http://edition.cnn.com/2013/04/28/travel/20-beautiful-unesco-sites/ latimes.com The Historic Center of Quito, the best-preserved, least altered historic centre in Latin America. An area that stretches over 790 acres with 130 monumental buildings, over 5,000 smaller properties and numerous 500 year old Churches and Convents. The Historic Center of Quito is a a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was constructed on what was once a 16th century Inca city at an altitude of 2,850 metres in the Andes Mountains near the Equator. Quito, the capital of Ecuador at an altitude of 2,850 meteres, 9,350 feet above sea level.
  10. http://www.unesco.org/new/es/quito