Baeza, Ecuador

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Baeza
Flag of Baeza
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Official seal of Baeza
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Baeza is located in Ecuador
Baeza
Baeza
Coordinates: 0°27′49″S 77°53′34″W / 0.46361°S 77.89278°W / -0.46361; -77.89278Coordinates: 0°27′49″S 77°53′34″W / 0.46361°S 77.89278°W / -0.46361; -77.89278
Country Ecuador
Province Napo Province
Canton Quijos Canton
Demonym baezeño/a
Founded May 14, 1559
Government
 • Mayor Javier Vinveza Espinosa de los Manteros (2009-2014)
Population (2001)
 • Total 1,220
Time zone ECT
Website municipioquijos.gov.ec
The Baeza area receives impressive thunderstorms throughout the year. Photo taken on 22 October 2011.

Baeza is a small country in the Napo Province, Ecuador. It is also known as the home to the native people known as the Quijos-Quichua.[1] It is located near the Quijos river on South America.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WHERE IS BAEZA IN NAPO,ECUADOR LOCATED?". GoMapper. Retrieved December 13, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Baeza". Ecuale.com. Retrieved 2103.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)

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