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Coro,

Venezuela: see Santa Ana de CoroSanta Ana de Coro
or Coro
, city (1990 pop. 124,506), capital of Falcón state, NW Venezuela, 7 mi (11.3 km) from the Caribbean Sea, and at the base of the Paraguaná peninsula.
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Coro

 

a city in northwestern Venezuela, near the Caribbean Sea, the administrative center of the state of Falcón. Population, 54,800 (1969). Industry includes food processing, oil refining, and petrochemical production. Coro is also the commercial center of an agricultural region that has grain, coffee, sugarcane, and dairy cattle. It was founded in 1527.

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coro

An elaborate choir, at times almost an independent building, commonly placed to the west of the transept in a Spanish cathedral.
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