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Plaza Central Mocoa in 2013
|Nickname(s): The Head of Putumayo|
Location of the town and municipality of Mocoa in Putumayo Department.
|Foundation||March 6, 1551|
|• Mayor||Jose Antonio Castro|
|• Total||1,030 km2 (400 sq mi)|
|Elevation||604 m (1,982 ft)|
|• Density||35/km2 (91/sq mi)|
|Time zone||Eastern Time Zone (UTC-05)|
The city is located in the northwest of the Putumayo department. The municipality borders the departments of Nariño to the west and Cauca to the north.
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- (in Spanish) Mocoa official website
- (in Spanish) Mocoa official website 2
- (in Spanish) Territorial-Environmental Information System of Colombian Amazon SIAT-AC website
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