GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Alausí is a town in the Chimborazo province of Ecuador, with a population of 5,563 (2001). It is the starting-off point for the Nariz del Diablo train, an audacious engineering realized in the Andean mountain range, which took the lives of many Jamaican slaves contracted to dynamite the mountain.

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EL NARIZ DEL DIABLO

El Nariz del Diablo is a mountain with almost perpendicular walls, and it has a tourist train running along it.

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FERROCARRILES ECUATORIANOS

The Ferrocarriles del Ecuador Empresa Publica (FE EP, Ecuadorian Railways Company) is the national railway of Ecuador. The railway system was devised to connect the Pacific coast with the Andean highlands.

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SAN PEDRO MIRADOR

The Monument to Saint Peter (Monumento a San Pedro), the patron saint of the city, was built by the Ecuadorian artist Eddie Crespo. This monument is located in Loma de Lluglli, and can be seen from any point in the city due to its large size and strategic location.

EL NARIZ DEL DIABLO

Fabio_s-LifeTour---Ecuador-(2015-February)---Alausi---El-Nariz-del-Diablo-(steam-train-ride)---12195 COVER

El Nariz del Diablo is a mountain with almost perpendicular walls, and it has a tourist train running along it.

FERROCARRILES ECUATORIANOS

Fabio_s-LifeTour---Ecuador-(2015-February)---Alausi---Train-station-(Ferrocarriles-Ecuatorianos)---12084 COVER

The Ferrocarriles del Ecuador Empresa Publica (FE EP, Ecuadorian Railways Company) is the national railway of Ecuador. The railway system was devised to connect the Pacific coast with the Andean highlands.

SAN PEDRO MIRADOR

Fabio_s-LifeTour---Ecuador-(2015-February)---Alausi---San-Pedro-statue-and-mirador---11981 COVER

The Monument to Saint Peter (Monumento a San Pedro), the patron saint of the city, was built by the Ecuadorian artist Eddie Crespo. This monument is located in Loma de Lluglli, and can be seen from any point in the city due to its large size and strategic location.

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