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A public park on the south end of town
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Patchacan is a town in Corozal District, in northern Belize. According to the 2000 census, it had a population of 1,142 people mainly of the Yucatec Maya ethnicity. The name Patchacan means "behind the shavanna" in Yucatec Maya .
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