Aguadulce, Coclé

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Aguadulce
Aguadulce is located in Panama
Aguadulce
Aguadulce
Coordinates: 8°14′24″N 80°32′24″W / 8.24000°N 80.54000°W / 8.24000; -80.54000Coordinates: 8°14′24″N 80°32′24″W / 8.24000°N 80.54000°W / 8.24000; -80.54000
Country Panama
Province Coclé Province
District Aguadulce District
Population (2008)
 • Total 19,156

Aguadulce is an agricultural city in the Coclé province in Panama. It is the capital of Aguadulce District and it is located on the Pan-American Highway, near but not on the coast on the Bahia de Parita.

References and agriculture[edit]

Most of the land near Aguadulce is dedicated to agricultural use, much of it to the cultivation of the Sugar cane. The name of the town translates literally as "sweet water", though the phrase also means "fresh water" (as opposed to salt water), it seems more likely a reference to a source of fresh water than the sugar cane cultivation fields, several salt producing companies have their factories in the town as well. http://www.aguadulcemipueblo.com

Important figures[edit]

Aguadulce is the birthplace of major league baseball players Carlos Lee, Davis Romero and also the already retired Juan Berenguer.

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