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    Museums

    Museums throughout the world provide people with insight into the history of people, places, events and objects. From art museums and history museums to transport museums and toy museums - there are major attractions wherever you go. Ecuador is certainly no exception in this regard. Scattered around Ecuador are a number of fascinating museums. Museums in Ecuador play a vital role in ...

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    Banco Central

    The amazing Central Bank Museum or Museo Nacional del Banco Central del Ecuador is situated in the city of Quito. This massive institution is filled with exciting discoveries and features. Even if you don't go to any other museums in Ecuador, the Banco Central Museum is a definite must. The stunning museum combines archaeological finds, cultural items and top technology - all for the ...

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    Remigio Crespo Toral

    Ecuador's city of Cuenca, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was established in the Azuay province back in 1557. The marvelous city boasts stunning natural surroundings as well as rich architectural design and a fascinating history. There are many things to see in do in the city, including sight seeing. Visitors to Cuenca will be suitably impressed by attractions such as the Cathedral of the ...

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    Museo De La Ciudad

    Located in the exquisite city of Quito is the Museo de la Ciudad, the city museum. Perfectly complementing the historical hub of Quito in which it is found, the museum has a truly impressive collection with a variety of exhibitions. Exhibits span the time period from the pre-Columbian era right up to today. Ecuador's Museo de la Ciudad explores everyday life in this fascinating city. The ...

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    Aboriginal Cultures

    The Aborigines Cultural Museum, also known as the Museum of Aboriginal Cultures, is a fascinating museum located in Cuenca in Ecuador. At this fine museum you will discover the marvelous people who have always inhabited the country's landscape. Ecuador's aborigines or indigenous people are made up of eleven different cultures, namely the Quichaua, Saraguros, Slasacas, Otavalenos, Huaorani, ...

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    Lovers Of Sumpa

    The Lovers of Sumpa can be found just a few kilometers southeast of Santa Elena in the peninsula of Sumpa. The remains of the Lovers of Sumpa can be found at the Museum and Cultural Center of the Lovers of Sumpa. However these remains originally came from the archaeological site named Las Vegas. This particular zone is a pre-ceramic settlement that has been successfully excavated to reveal ...

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    Art Galleries

    Every country has historic and cultural treasures and Ecuador certainly isn’t the exception to the rule. The country has had a long and interesting history that extends far further into the past than what most people realize. The indigenous people of Ecuador lived off the land happily for many hundreds of years before the spreading Inca kingdom reached the area and Incan warriors conquered ...