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Ecuador:

Climate:

There is great variety in the climate, largely determined by altitude. It is mild year-round in the mountain valleys; Humid Subtropical Climate in coastal and Rain Forests in lowlands. The Pacific coastal area has a tropical climate, with a severe rainy season.

Language:

Ecuador's official language is Spanish, but Quichua, an Inca language, is spoken by the Indian population. Besides Spanish, ten native languages are spoken in Ecuador.

Currency:US Dollar was accepted as the national currency of Ecuador on January, 2000, thereby replacing Sucre, the initial Ecuador Currency. It was nationally adopted in Ecuador from September, 2000.
Visas: http://www.ecuador.visahq.com
Population: Approximately 90 percent of the population of Ecuador is composed of Native Americans and mestizos (persons of mixed Native American and European ancestry); the remainder is equally divided between Europeans (chiefly of Spanish descent) and blacks. The population is about 54 percent urban and 46 percent rural.
Capital City: San Francisco de Quito, most often called Quito is the capital city of Ecuador
in northwestern South America.
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