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Campo de la Cruz

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CAMPO DE LA CRUZ EN 1990 - ALCALDÍA MUNICIPAL

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Biblioteca Municipal de Campo de la Cruz

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Mira Como Baila La Chica De Amarillo-hay Papa!! como zapatean las costeñas!

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La Cruz, cabecera municipal de Elota

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¿Cómo llegar al tanque de Campo de la Cruz?

Campo de la Cruz is a municipality and a town in the Colombian department of Atlántico. It is the fifth most populated town in the Department and is situated on the west bank of the Magdalena river and at the southern part of the Department of Atlántico. By road, Campo de la Cruz is located 80 km to the south of Barranquilla. Originally a fishing village, it was formally founded in the 17th century during the colonial period as 'Puerto Real de la Cruz'. Once the town gained independence from the Spanish Empire, the name was changed to its current denomination, Campo de la Cruz. During the colonial time and the early republican period it was a small but still important fluvial port.
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