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Turbo is a port town in Antioquia Department, Colombia. It is located at around 8°5′53″N 76°43′54″W / 8.09806°N 76.73167°W / 8.09806; -76.73167. It is located on the coast of Gulf of Urabá, 340 km. north of Medellín (the department capital and second largest Colombian city). This port city is the capital of the Urabá region of Antioquia, Colombia. The place where Turbo is today was known as Pisisí, but by 1741 people were already talking about Turbo. By a decree on May 11, 1839, the central government spent one thousand pesos for a military service barracks in Turbo. In 1840 the republican president assigned one thousand "fanegadas" of uncultivated lands for the new population. It was established as a municipality in 1847.
Turbo lies near the southeastern tip of the Darién Gap and is the northern terminus of the main route of the Pan American Highway in South America. There is currently no paved road connecting through the region to Yaviza, Panama, where the highway continues through Central and North America.
Apartadó is a town and municipality in the Antioquia Department, Colombia Is located near the atlantic ocean in the Gulf of Urabá, the economy is based in Bananas and Plantain. The temperature is about 30 degrees Celsius and the relative humidity is above 80% all year round. It is also located in a region. Inhabitants: 134572
Necoclí is a town and municipality in Antioquia Department, Colombia. It was originally founded as a Spanish city called San Sebastián de Buena Vista. One of Colombia's oldest towns, it was founded 1509 by Pedro de Heredia who died in 1555, but the city lives on.
Some early reports of the town can be found in chapter 9 of Pedro de Cieza de León's Crónica del Perú: primera parte.
Arboletes is a town and municipality in the subregion of Urabá in Antioquia Department, Colombia.
The municipality is bounded by the Caribbean Sea to the north, the department of Córdoba to the north and east, the municipality of San Pedro de Urabá to the south and west, and the municipalities of Turbo and Necoclí. The town is 502 km from the city of Medellin, capital of the department of Antioquia . The municipality covers an area of 710 km².
Arboletes has 8 rural townships (corregimientos): El Carmelo, La Trinidad, Naranjitas, El Guadual, La Candelaria, Buenos Aires, Las Platas and Pajillal.
The name "Arboletes" means "land of trees", though this is purely historical. Almost all forests in the area were cleared for a thriving cattle industry, an activity on which the municipality depends. However, there are wilderness areas in the municipality, formed by the rain forests that gave rise to the name of the municipality.
Arboletes is now a municipality of the department of Antioquia, born of a land dispute between that department and its neighboring department of Córdoba.
The town of Arboletes was founded in 1920 by José Torres Vargas y José María Reales, and was a township