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Victory at Tarqui in 1829 meant that Cuenca is Ecuadorian and not Peruvian

Published on April 06, 2018
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Had it not been for a handful of 1829 battlefield decisions, Cuenca could well have been a Peruvian city today. Historians say the outcome of the Battle of Portete de Tarqui could have gone either way. On Friday and Saturday, February 23 and 24, Ecuador’s victory at Tarqui was celebrated in […]

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