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Here is something about Kichwa.
"Quechua (Runa Simi; Kichwa in Ecuador) is a Native American language
of South America. It was the language of the Inca Empire, and is today
spoken in various dialects by some 10 million people throughout South
America, including Peru and Bolivia, southern Colombia and Ecuador,
north-western Argentina and northern Chile. It is the most widely
spoken of all American Indian languages."
"Northern Quechua (also known as Runashimi or, especially in Ecuador,
Kichwa) is mainly spoken in Colombia and Ecuador;"
You can also take a look at the regional varieties of Kichwa in
Ecuador through the link on a map below.
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