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In 1822, Antonio Jose Sucre and Simon Bolivar liberated Quito and made Gran Colombia whole.
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Hey Mike - I'm really enjoying listening to the History of Rome appendix episodes. I love hearing about what you referenced when making the series. Not many podcasters go into details about the sources they use. Your willingness to share this background info with your listening audience is a true mark of excellence. Bravo.
09 December 2016 at 12:11 PM
Been loving the show, can't get enough of it so I just thought I'd let you know that you've been mispronouncing the name of the final battle near Quito. I think you called it pichinicha, but it's actually called Pichincha. (Pee-cheen-cha)
I'm Ecuadorian and have been looking forward to hear is come up, of not only for a second.
Thank you again for the show
10 December 2016 at 08:14 AM
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