A LA ORI­LLA DEL RÍO

Revista Abordo - - ESPECIAL GUAYACO -

“A la ori­lla del río ya no se sien­te el frío”, di­ce la can­ción de la ban­da Ro­co­la Ba­ca­lao en su can­ción Gua­ya­quil City. Es que tan so­lo con ca­mi­nar por el ma­le­cón que se en­cuen­tra a ori­llas del Río Gua­yas, lo sen­ti­rá de cer­ca. Es­te es el punto de en­cuen­tro de to­dos en la ciu­dad. En sus ri­ve­ras se cons­tru­ye­ron ba­rrios du­ran­te la fun­da­ción de la Ciu­dad don­de exis­ten ca­sas pa­tri­mo­nia­les. / “On the riverbank you ne­ver feel cold,” says a song by the band Ro­co­la Ba­ca­lao – Gua­ya­quil City. You will feel it wal­king along the board­walk (Ma­le­cón) along the Gua­yas Ri­ver. This is the mee­ting point in the city. Old neigh­bor­hoods we­re built along its sho­res when the city was foun­ded, and many he­ri­ta­ge hou­ses are still the­re.

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