Apartadó

Apartadó is a town and municipality in the , . “Apartadó” means "river of plantains" in the local Indian language. The town is located near the Atlantic Ocean in the , the economy is based in bananas, plantain, corn, cassava, cocoa, wood and livestock.
Latitude
7.8849° or 7° 53' 5.6" north
Longitude
-76.6227° or 76° 37' 21.9" west
Open Location Code
67V5V9MG+XW
Population
145,000
Elevation
239 metres (784 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 703176077
Geo­Names ID
9172037
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: Apartadó
  • Asturian; Bable: Apartadó
  • Catalan: Apartadó
  • Cebuano: Apartadó
  • Chinese: Apartadó
  • Chinese: 阿帕尔塔多
  • Chinese: 阿帕爾塔多
  • Dutch: Apartado
  • Dutch: Apartadó
  • Esperanto: Apartadó
  • Finnish: Apartadó
  • French: Apartado
  • French: Apartadó
  • Georgian: აპარტადო
  • German: Apartadó
  • Greek: Απαρταδό
  • Hebrew: אפרטדו
  • Hungarian: Apartadó
  • Iloko: Apartadó
  • Interlingue: Apartadó
  • Italian: Apartado
  • Italian: Apartadó
  • Japanese: アパルタド
  • Japanese: アンティオキア県
  • Lao: Apartadó
  • Lithuanian: Apartado
  • Malay (generic): Apartadó
  • Min Nan Chinese: Apartadó
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Apartadó
  • Persian: آپارتادو
  • Polish: Apartadó
  • Portuguese: Apartadó
  • Romanian: Apartado
  • Romanian: Apartadó
  • Russian: Апартадо
  • Spanish: Apartado
  • Spanish: Apartadó
  • Swedish: Apartado
  • Swedish: Apartadó
  • Tagalog: Apartadó
  • Tatar: Апартадо
  • Ukrainian: Апартадо
  • Vietnamese: Apartadó
  • Waray (Philippines): Apartadó

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