A photo- and trophy-filled tribute to Guayaquil's great rival soccer teams, Barcelona and Emelec, this museum is divided neatly into two colors: the yellow side for Barcelona and the blue for Emelec.
Museo de los Equipos del Astillero
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1. Museo de la Musica Popular Guayaquileña Julio Jaramillo
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