Riobamba

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Riobamba, Ecuador
Region Chimborazo Province
Volunteered in Chimborazo Province
Other sites in Chimborazo Province
Riobamba
Volunteers who served at Riobamba
Barbara (Bean) Browne, Charles Browne, Chuck Creesy, William D. Guzman, Kent Lupberger, Jim Sheeren, Henry Tarke, Linda Tarke
Projects at Riobamba
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Riobamba, Ecuador
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Volunteers Who Have Served in Riobamba


[edit] Description of Riobamba

Riobamba is the capital city of the sierran province of Chimborazo in Ecuador. Volunteers affectionately refer to it as "Friobamba" owing to its cold climate.

[edit] History of Riobamba

[edit] Potential Community Projects

[edit] Presence of NGOs

[edit] Transportation

There is a terminal terrestre (bus terminal) in Riobamba. In addition, the train to Nariz del Diablo (the Devil's Nose) leaves from Riobamba and is a popular tourist destination.

[edit] Climate

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