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|San Buenaventura de Ejido|
|Municipality||Campo Elías Municipality|
|Founded||14 July 1650|
|Elevation||1,200 m (3,900 ft)|
Ejido (Venezuelan Spanish pronunciation: [eˈhiðo]) is a town in the state of Mérida, Venezuela. It is the shire town of the Campo Elías Municipality. It was founded in 1650 in an area with indigenous Guayabas, and became a center for cane sugar cultivation. It is close to the state capital, Mérida, Mérida, and forms part of its metropolitan area, with a total population of around 350,000. It is connected to Mérida by public transport, including the Mérida trolleybus system.
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