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  Pasto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pasto was founded in 1539 by the Spanish conquistador Lorenzo de Aldana under the name "San Juan de Pasto".
Pasto is a reference to the name of the indigenous people who inhabited the place at the arrival of the conquerors, the Pastos.
During the Independence Wars against Spain Pasto was a royalist city unlike the rest of the country, so after gaining independence and because of its geographical location, it remained for long time isolated from the rest of the country which has resulted in the traditionalist attitude and cultural self-absorption of its people.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pasto   (455 words)

 AllRefer.com - Pasto, South America (South American Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Founded in 1539, Pasto was a royalist city in the revolution against Spain and changed hands several times.
Antonio Narino was defeated at Pasto by the Spanish in 1814.
Occupied for a short period in 1831 by Ecuadorian forces, Pasto was the scene of the treaty (1832) by which Colombia (then called New Granada) and Ecuador became separate states.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/P/Pasto.html   (222 words)

 Travel in Pasto - Colombia - America - History - WorldTravelGate.net®-   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Pasto is one of the oldest cities in Colombia and, although regular earthquakes and volcanic eruptions have ensured that not much remains from the early days of the Spanish Conquest, it does still have something of a colonial feel, with its run-down old houses and ornate wooden balconies.
Although now less important as a trade centre than it was in the colonial era, Pasto controls traffic between Ecuador and the Cauca Valley and is the commercial centre for the surrounding agricultural and gold-mining area.
The University of Nariño grew from a school established in Pasto in 1827 (university status, 1964).
www.americatravelling.net /colombia/pasto/pasto_history.htm   (214 words)

 Pasto on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Antonio Nariño was defeated at Pasto by the Spanish in 1814.
Luce seco pasto en rollo sembrado en camellones.(Saltillo)
Pasto Ralph Figueroa speaks out on violence as residents of a Seattle neighborhood make a stand to reduce crime and take back their neighborhood.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/P/Pasto.asp   (444 words)

 Oak Ridge National Laboratory - Arvid Pasto Named Director of ORNL High Temperature Materials Laboratory
Pasto is also manager of the HTML Fellowship Program, which seeks to increase the number of highly qualified materials scientists and engineers in the U.S. through long- term residencies at the HTML.
Pasto holds a bachelor's degree in ceramic science, and master's and doctorate degrees in ceramics from the State University of New York College of Ceramics at Alfred (N.Y.) University.
Pasto is a 30-year member of the American Ceramic Society, from which he recently received the F. Norton Award for distinguished work in the field of ceramics and service to the local Ceramic Society section.
ornl.gov /info/press_releases/get_press_release.cfm?ReleaseNumber=pasto   (353 words)

 Luke's South American Diary - November 1998
Pasto sits at 2,530m above sea level, surrounded by green mountains and apparently permanent mist and cloud.
It is one of the oldest cities in Colombia, founded in 1536, and, although regular earthquakes and volcanic eruptions have ensured that not much remains from the early days of the Spanish Conquest, it does still have something of a colonial feel, with its run-down old houses and ornate wooden balconies.
The track led up from the outskirts of Pasto through potato fields, potato fields and, well, potato fields, until it reached a height where presumably potatoes do not grow so well, and the natural vegetation of the shrubs and bushes which characterize the Andean forest took over.
www.lukemastin.com /diary/nov98.html   (3064 words)

 EnglishOntheRun-Pasto information
Pasto has become a suitable city to live in for those who don't find high temperatures very pleasant.
Despite the fact Pasto is a small city with a small downtown area, it has the same problems major cities have.
Just the same, Pasto also reckons on certain cultural and traditional locations, which grab both the locals and visitors attention, and the best thing about living here is that you can find and visit different wonderful natural places just some miles away every time you get tired of hasty city life!
www.geocities.com /gob72/Pasto3.html   (317 words)

 Mineralogical Record: Pasto Bueno district, The
The Pasto Bueno district is located in the northern-most extension of the Cordillera Blanca in the north-central Andes, just west of the Continental Divide, approximately 90 km east of the Pacific Coast.
The Huayllapon mine area is located on the north side of the Consuzo quartz monzonite stock, 2.5 km north-northeast of the camp at Pasto Bueno (Fig.
Although not clearly defined, a zonal arrangement of mineralization from the quartz-monzonite stock in the center to the edge of the mineralized areas is as follows: molybdenite-pyrite; wolframite-tetrahedrite-chalcopyrite-pyrite; galena-sphalerite-tennantite; and last, fluorite and carbonates.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3672/is_199707/ai_n8759383   (1345 words)

 The Heart of Creation: The Art of Martin Ramirez
As a teacher of abnormal psychology at nearby Sacramento State University, Pasto arranged for the hospital staff to give a lecture-demonstration to his class; reading about abnormal psychology was one thing, but he believed his students could learn much more from firsthand observation of the inmates.
Pasto felt that proper art materials might enable Ramirez to develop his talents, as well as being the means of beneficial art therapy, and so he provided them.
Pasto’s interest led him to find out more about Ramirez, and it is from his notes that the only extant biography emerges.
thegalleriesatmoore.org /publications/ramirezew.shtml   (1666 words)

 Star-Gazette.COM Our Towns   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Pasto himself never envisioned in 1992 that a common builder's frustration would lead him to invent a new tool that would spawn a thriving business.
When Pasto found himself flooded with calls about his new invention, he gave up his full-time job and founded Cepco Tools.
Pasto now sells about 4,000 BoWrenches a year and has since developed and patented other specialized tools.
www.stargazettenews.com /newstouse/community/ourtowns/sve/Sulocal1.html   (977 words)

 Travel in Pasto - Colombia - America - Culture - WorldTravelGate.net®-
Pasto Churches is a site of wood hand Craft.
Santuario de Nuestra Señora de las Lajas, a gothic church, is located 7km from Ipiales, on a bridge, which spans a spectacular gorge of the Guáitara River.
This mountain chain creates a variety of climates, which range from the humid rain forest and tropical plains to tundra regions and perpetual snow.
www.americatravelling.net /colombia/pasto/pasto_culture.htm   (441 words)

 USATODAY.com - Colombia lowers threat level for volcano   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
PASTO, Colombia —; Authorities lowered the threat level for a volcano in southwestern Colombia on Friday, a day after an eruption covered a nearby city in ash and forced the evacuation of thousands of people.
Pasto, about 12 miles from the volcano, was blanketed by a layer of ash after Galeras blew, forcing residents to don goggles and face masks.
President Alvaro Uribe flew to Pasto on Friday to look at the situation and comfort displaced villagers, his office said.
www.usatoday.com /news/world/2005-11-25-volcano_x.htm   (390 words)

 PASTO - LoveToKnow Article on PASTO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
It stands on an elevated plain, 8347 ft. above the sea, at the eastern foot of the Pasto volcano, which rises above the city to a height of I3,99oft.
Wool is produced to some extent and is woven for the local market in the woollen factories of Pasto.
To properly cite this PASTO article in your work, copy the complete reference below:
www.1911encyclopedia.org /P/PA/PASTO.htm   (112 words)

The town of Pasto, containing about 12,000 inhabitants, is well built and is a busy trade centre between Colombia and Ecuador.
It is situated at the eastern base of the volcano La Galera at an altitude of 8650 feet.
On 23 December, 1904, the Prefecture Apostolic of Caquieta (a.v.) was separated from Pasto.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/11537a.htm   (283 words)

Items range from a 6,000-year-old clay sickle used for grain harvesting, to a charcoal-heated clothes iron, to a dog-powered treadmill used to churn butter and wash clothes.
Sections of the museum are devoted to harvesting grain, cutting and handling hay, planting and harvesting corn, plowing and cultivating soil and caring for animals.
The Pasto Agricultural Museum is arranged in chronological sequence to show technological progress.
www.aginfo.psu.edu /News/july98/pasto.html   (741 words)

 The Pasto Agricultural Museum--APD Exhibit 2001
The Pasto Agricultural Museum collection has more than 750 antique implements used for farming and rural life.
The Pennsylvania State University, College of Agricultural Sciences, are a few fine examples of this unique exhibit.
Completely cleaned and restored by Joe Shafranich (Penn State Farm Operations) and Darwin Braund, volunteer curator, in December 1999 and January 2000, and added to the Pasto Agricultural Museum in early 2000.
pasto.cas.psu.edu /exhibits/Exhibit2001.htm   (584 words)

 Galeras Volcano, Colombia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
It is seen here from the south on March 17, 1989, with steam clouds pouring from vents on the large central cone near the back headwall of the caldera, whose south rim forms the ridge in the foreground.
The city of Pasto, with a population of 300,000, is shown in orange near the bottom of the image, just 8 kilometers (5 miles) from the volcano.
The image was acquired by the Spaceborne Imaging Radar-C/X-Band Synthetic Aperture Radar (SIR-C/ X-SAR) aboard the space shuttle Endeavour on its 96th orbit of the Earth on April 15, 1994.
volcano.und.nodak.edu /vwdocs/current_volcs/galeras/galeras.html   (553 words)

 Pasto   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
On the lake is the small island of La Corota, a national preserve that has more than 500 varieties of trees.
Just outside the town of Ipiales, 45 mi/75 km south of Pasto, is the beautiful Gothic Santuario de Nuestra Senora de las Lajas.
The church, built on a bridge traversing a gorge, has a natural rock altar, on which the Virgin Mary was said to have appeared.
tiger.towson.edu /users/dferna2/pasto.htm   (171 words)

was defeated at Pasto by the Spanish in 1814.
Presume Tec su 'pasto real'.(Estado) (Reforma (México D.F., México))
Luce seco pasto en rollo sembrado en camellones.(Saltillo) (Palabra (México D.F., México))
www.infoplease.com /ce6/world/A0837814.html   (247 words)

 The Mineralogical Record: The Pasto Bueno Group.(mining district in Peru)@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Pasto Bueno district is one of several mining districts in Peru.
The area was mined for wolframite by Fermin Malago Santolalla e Hijos in 1934.
Pasto Bueno has also yielded rhodochrosite and tetrahedrite as common or abundant specimens and arsenopyrite, bornite, enargite, molybdenite, topaz and tungstite as rare or locally abundant minerals.
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1G1:55503549&refid=holomed_1   (186 words)

 New Curator and Videos for the Pasto Agricultural Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Jerome Pasto, Darwin Braund (l-r) and an antique butter churn that Braund recently donated to the Pasto Museum.
Braund was on the board of directors of the College's Alumni Society when the society established the Pasto Museum in 1978.
The videos walk viewers through the history of the production of small grains and corn as Pasto uses antique implements inside the museum to show how foods were harvested before the advent of electricity and power equipment.
aginfo.psu.edu /newsletter/98dec/pasto.html   (661 words)

 Images of the Heavens - Image Browser   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The City of "San Juan de Pasto" is located at lat: 1 d.
The city of Pasto is near to Galeras Volcano.
Images were taken with a Meade 16 inch f/4.5 reflector, a ST7-E CCD camera and a SBIG Spectrograph.
spacekids.hq.nasa.gov /osskids/gallery/viewtype.cfm?typenum=1&start=1&end=5   (236 words)

 EnglishOntheRun-Pasto information
Besides, for a reasonable amount of money you can visit a cold or sunny weather region in the same day.
Another interesting place to visit is La Cocha Lake with its breath taking landscapes, where you can stay for a night in a chalet and get up early in the morning to fish your food.
Now, Pasto is a city where the religious architecture is amazing.
www.geocities.com /gob72/Pasto5.html   (337 words)

 Ultrasonographic findings in placenta increta -- Pasto et al. 2 (4): 155 -- Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine
Articles by Pasto, M. Articles by Goldberg, B. Articles citing this Article
Articles by Pasto, M. Articles by Goldberg, B. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, Vol 2, Issue 4 155-159, Copyright © 1983 by American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine
Pasto, A. Kurtz, M. Rifkin, C. Cole-Beuglet, R. Wapner and B. Goldberg
www.jultrasoundmed.org /cgi/content/abstract/2/4/155   (269 words)

 Peace Corps Online | John Kulcsar USPC 78-80 Pasto, Narino   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
I remember a John while I served in Pasto 75-79.
I worked for Cafeteros while in Pasto except for one year at Instituto Mariano but that would have been before you got there.
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 Pasto, Colombia, Pictures
city information and pictures about Pasto with discussion forum, map, real estate and Pasto population & photos
The city is on the Pan-American Highway and is an important commercial and transportation center for the surrounding agricultural region.
Pasto was founded in 1539, and was one of the last Spanish royalist strongholds in Colombia's struggle for independence from Spain in the early 19th century.
www.greatestcities.com /South_America/Colombia/Pasto_city.html   (128 words)

 B4-U-EAT - Auntie Pasto's in Houston Texas Restaurant & Dining Guide
Without a doubt, Autie Pasto's has provided us with the best service and portions for the money than anyone else.
My first visit was on a Tuesday and it was their Tuesday special.
Auntie Pasto's has a fairly large menu of salads, pasta and entrees and a wonderful selection of homemade desserts including creme brulee, cobbler and Jack Daniels chocolate mousse pie.
www.b4-u-eat.com /houston/restaurants/reviews/rsv0512.asp   (1252 words)

 Fredericksburg.com - Margaret B. Pasto
Margaret Bradley Pasto, 96, mother of Richard B. Pasto of Fredericksburg, died Friday, May 20, 2005, in Seneca, S.C. She was the widow of Tuure A. Pasto.
Pasto was born April 29, 1909, in Hartford, Conn. Her parents were Lyman and Katherine Bradley of Spencer, N.Y., and Tallahassee, Fla. She graduated from Florida State College for Women, now F.S.U., in 1931.
She leaves three grandchildren in this area, Mary Kate Gerschick of Richmond, and Charles Bradley Pasto and Elizabeth Anna Kelly, both of Fredericksburg.
www.freelancestar.com /News/FLS/2005/052005/05252005/101921   (251 words)

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