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Malecón is a word used in Spanish-speaking countries, and especially in nations of Latin America, for a stone-built embankment or esplanade along a waterfront.

It may refer to

There are well-known malecóns in Mazatlán, Campeche and Veracruz, Mexico; in Cartagena, Colombia; and many other cities.