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Palestina, Caldas

Palestina, Caldas
Municipality and town
Flag of Palestina, Caldas
Location of the municipality and town of Palestina, Caldas in the Caldas Department of Colombia.
Location of the municipality and town of Palestina, Caldas in the Caldas Department of Colombia.
Palestina, Caldas is located in Colombia
Palestina, Caldas
Palestina, Caldas
Location in Colombia
Country  Colombia
Department Caldas Department
Time zone Colombia Standard Time (UTC-5)

Palestina is a town in the south central region of the state of Caldas, Colombia. Located in the Triangle of Coffee Area, with a culture and tradition related to the colonization of Antioquia and the coffee growing.

Actually, in Palestina an airport it's build "Aeropuerto Internacional del Café", with a clear export cargo especially given the proximity to the city of Manizales (important industrial center), the diversity of agriculture and agribusiness in its area of influence municipalities comprising the departments of Risaralda, Caldas, Quindio and the north of Valle del Cauca

This town has very different climatic zones, because its territory is from the banks of the river Cauca, to the county seat located at the top of the mountain.

External links

  • Aeropuerto Internacional del Café International Airport of Palestina, Colombia
  • Mayor of Palestina, Caldas, Colombia Palestina's Mayor
  • Ecotourism in Palestina Palestina EcoHotel

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