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El Rama in 1894
|Department||South Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region|
|• Municipality||2,169 sq mi (5,618 km2)|
It is along the Escondido River which branches off into three other rivers: the Sumi, Rama, and Escondido. It is home to an important Atlantic/Caribbean port. Its population is approximately 50,000 people.
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