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How many users are in the chat of Iquitos?

The number of users in any chat depends on the time of the day. Iquitos has a population of 437.620 inhabitants.

Most of the users are connected to the chat during the afternoon and evening hours. This is the reason why it is always advisable to connect to the chat during peak hours, to experience the maximum number of users connected to the chat in Iquitos.


General information about Iquitos

Iquitos is located at Province of Maynas (Peru) and it has a population of 437.620 inhabitants.

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More information about Iquitos

Iquitos, also known as the City of Iquitos, is the capital city of the Province of Maynas and the Department of Loreto. It is the largest metropolis in the Peruvian Amazon, and is the seventh most populous city in Peru according to the National Institute of Statistics and Informatics, with a population of 479 866 inhabitants, it is also known as the "capital of the Peruvian Amazon". It is established in the Great Plain and surrounded by the Amazon, Nanay and Itaya rivers and the Moronacocha Lake. Altogether, it is constituted in Iquitos Metropolitano, conformed by four districts: Iquitos, Punchana, Belén and San Juan Bautista.

The date of foundation of the city is uncertain, but the historical documents affirm that it began as a Spanish reduction established by the Jesuits on the banks of the Nanay River around the year 1757 with the name of "San Pablo de Nuevo Napeanos", a town inhabited by indigenous people napeanos and iquito. By 1999, the city was finally consolidated in its four municipalities. The largest extraction industries of the city are made up of timber, fishing, oil, mining and agriculture, and has a high economic activity in tourism, crafts, bakery and the gasified drinks and brewery. It has been one of the big cities protagonists, next to Manaus and Belen del Para, of the enormous Rubber Fever. This period Europeanized it at different levels, economically and socially. This identity lasted in the architecture and historical treasures, and in the present, it promoted tourism exponentially. It has become an important cosmopolitan city of strong Amazonian roots with a remarkable historical complex, a characteristic gastronomy, Amazonian landscapes, a singing accent, nightlife and a growing cultural movement.

In 2012, it registered 250,000 visitors, and has received more after receiving the Amazon award as a natural wonder of the world, its international airport hopes to become one of the six international air centers in Peru. The city was ranked 6th on Lonely Planet's "Top 10 Cities of 2011" list, and has been reaffirmed as one of the most remote cities in the world by The Guardian, listed next to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski, Nuuk, Perth and Mêdog. The Historical Center of Iquitos contains several Cultural Patrimony of the Nation: the Iquitos Cathedral, the Iron House, the Old Palace Hotel, the Cohen House, the Morey House and more than 70 buildings. Other well-known landmarks are the Plaza de Armas of Iquitos. El Jirón Prospero, a road that conglomerates several commercial and historical stores, and the busy Barrio de Belen, often dubbed the "Amazonian Venice". The city also houses the Amazon Library, one of the two most important in Latin America.

The city only has an air and fluvial connection to the rest of the country and with the only exception of the departmental route LO-103, a long road that connects Iquitos with Nauta in the south and other towns in the north until reaching San Antonio del Estrecho. Following the course of the Amazon, marine vessels of 3000 or 9000 tons and 5.5 meters of draft from the Atlantic Ocean can arrive, reason why it is considered that it is the most populated city in the world that does not have land access to sea. Due to its geostrategic location, it is an important internal port that makes possible the connection between the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean.



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Keep in mind the timezone

The local time of Iquitos is GMT -5 hours. This time zone belongs to America/Lima.

GMT is an abbreviation of Standard Greenwich Time.


Everyone knows that the best hours to chat are the afternoon and evening. This is when free time is usually available, and therefore is more likely to find a chat partner. It is always advisable to look for the hours of greatest influx of users in the online chat rooms.

And on the other hand, in the period that includes the dawn until the afternoon of the following day, the level of users in the chat is lower.

This happens all over the world, since work schedules are usually morning and therefore it is in the evening when users have free time for leisure activities, such as online chats.

As a general rule, the largest influx of chats and leisure sites on the internet occurs in the afternoon and evening. Because of this, if you wish to initiate conversations with users connected to the chat in Iquitos, we recommend that you access the chats at the times when Iquitos is in the evening or at night.


Curiosities and other data about Iquitos

Transport

IATA code for Iquitos is IQT. IATA is an abbreviation of International Air Transport Association.


Iquitos is also known as:

Iquitos.


Elevation above sea level of Iquitos

The elevation in meters above the sea level of Iquitos is 92.

This means that a resident of Iquitos has an air with an atmospheric pressure of 98,99 percent with respect to atmospheric pressure at sea level equivalent.



Chat in Iquitos, Province of Maynas
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