El Calabozo cove
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El Calabozo cove is a coastal accident[clarification needed] located at northern tip of South America, at western Gulf of Venezuela, the country's namesake. This cove starts in Castilletes Point and ends to 90.60 km at south on the Barrier of Maracaibo, comprising approximately 140 km of coastline, and shapes the coastline that originate the La Guajira Peninsula.
Administratively, it belongs to the Zulia State.
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